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  • О. Карп’юк, Н. Когут АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА Підручник для 4 класу загальноосвітніх спеціалізованих шкіл з поглибленим вивченням англійської мови
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  • 1. О. Карп’юк, Н. Когут АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА Підручник для 3 класу загальноосвітніх спеціалізованих шкіл з поглибленим вивченням англійської мови Рекомендовано Міністерством освіти і науки України Видання друге, виправлене і доповнене і/ІІІЇрсІЇГсррА '2011
  • 2. CONTENTS 4-Л1 2-29 ^WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL! SPORTS AND HOBBIES IS THERE ANY FOOD? WINTER IS FUN! 8д И ( т GETTING ABOUT THE TOWN OUR WEEKENDS DAILY DUTIES THE WORLD AROUND VOCABULARY IRREGULAR VERBS
  • 3. Lesson 1 1. a) Look, listen and point to the child. Germany 'ch3:mani 2) Hans Ukraine [ju:'krem] 1) Stella England ГіддІппНІ 3) Oksana America [э'тепкэ] 4) Jim a Canada 'kaenodol 5) Cindy 'fra:ns 6) Natalie 7) Nick b) Read the presentations and match them to the children. Hello! I'm Jim. I am nine. I come from England. Meel my new friends ( V ) I fftllo1 V- - ^ v My name is Oksana. I am nine. I come from Ukraine [ju:’krem]. I like cooking.Л / 4 ____✓ 4 / © Hi! I'm Stella.X V I am eight. I come from Italy ['italij. I like playing tennis. ^ Hi! My name’s Nick. I am ten J come from America. r- I like boating.
  • 4. jjHÜ I'm Natalie. I am 8. if oome from France./ I like dancing, г " © Hello! My name's Cindy. I am 10. I come from Canada. I like singing and playing the guitar Hello! I am Hans. I'm nine. I come from Germany. I like fishing. 2. Listen and read. i] it, Nick, Cindy, Italy, England ae] camp, can, Hans, Canada з:] her, girl, Germany e| American, ten, Stella, Ben ei] name, eight, Jane, Ukraine a:] park, garden, France 3. Introduce yourself. Hi! My name is ..., I am ... (years old) I come from .... I like...... m4. Introduce Jim’s new friends to your classmate. Example: Meet Stella. She is eight. She comes from Italy. ^ She likes playing tennis^ fordsa s , Italy, Canada, Ukraine. America ■spell
  • 5. 1. Listen, point and repeat. Ukraine — UkrainianJ ~ Italy—Italian 1" Canada — Ijui'kremian] < ~ ЬЪеНац | Germany [’d^man] America — American [э’шепкэп) Frafiee — French * * |frentj] England — English höflliJl 2. Listen, read and talk. ВІН; Hello! I'm Bill. What's your name? Nick: I am Nick, Bill: Nice to meet you, Nick. Where do you come from? Nick: I come from America. And you? Bill: I come from England. Nick: Nice to meet you. What is = What’s I am = I’m My name is = My name's
  • 6. 3. Play your game. A: Hello, I'm Dan. I am Canadian. What's your name? B: My name's Marie. A: Where do you come from? В: I come from France. I am French, 4. Read and compare. %[ei] Jane game take make Kate cake [ae] am and camp many Ann Canada Ы not got cold hot Ізо] no go hello e “ i f u 111 swim film Italy [a.| like bike write nice [el pet friend tent American French Ii:i we Pete he she [ a ] run jump fun supper lju:| Ukraine usually J7кspell But: live [liv] have [haev] France. Germany, England
  • 7. Lesson 3 j^ ^ ■/%. V . Listen and read. June. 21 Dear boys, weather /■shad The w sitting in cold. It is ra,? n9 'tZ „e r lam cafe and wnl'ng „0Мэу not having <*very y ^ What about you? Bye, JanC. Dear Jane Ju,y> S 5 s S S » » ‘ ё ё Э ;Canada. Ukraine Л ° Т 'Шуап<1 France anri n America. h ^ 'n 9 p :c n ^ Z т і і к Є ° M o l Z < Z Z ,а У ,П д See you soon. Bill and Jim. True or false? together [ts'geda) — разом 1) Jane can't swim today. True. She can’t swim today. 2) The water is warm in the sea. 'А)Ляпе is writing a letter in a cafe. 4) Jiinn is hnvinri a good holiday at the sea. 0) Ihe boys аги having a good holiday in the camp. В) They don’t swim in the river, but they play team games. /) Ihw Ьиуь have got friends from Canada. Ukraine and America. 8) The boys have picnics and play outdoor games.
  • 8. Ч^РЯйНМ 3. Read, match and speak about their holidays. * f ' : Jane Bill • goes to the cafe • doesn't swim in the sea • swim in the rivur • play outdoors • has a bad holiday • go boating • lives at the sea • live in tents • have a good holiday • plays indoors 4. Read and compare r ar, ar+e [a:] park party are garden ey, ay [ei] they day play or, oo+r Ы sport indoors morning porridge Ij) [i] [ai] yes daddy my yellow granny fly many oy ir, er Із: I her girl bird German ow loi] boy Roy toy [ao] show snow ‘Ш [ao] clown brown
  • 9. Lesson 4 . Read and compare. USUALLY NOW It's seven o'clock in the morning, at this time. She is sleeping now. It is eight o'clock now. Jane usually has her breakfast. She is waking up now. It is ... Jane's school starts at this time. She is having her breakfast Jane usually does her homuwork. She is swimming in the sea now. q Janu usually goes to bed. She is watching a cartoon on TV now.
  • 10. 2. Read and say it correctly. USUALLY -arr and Kate have (to have) soup and porridge for dinner. NOW It is Sunday today. They ure voting (to eat) potatoes and salad now classmate usually ... (to play) He/she ... (to ride) his bike now. football on Saturdays. JlAnn's mother usually... [lo cook) dinner for the family. Г Ж>(С - *he children usually ... (to play) computer games on Fridays. Ann ... (to cook) supper today. They ... (to fly) a kite now. : r . 3. Read and compare. air, eir ea “ — [ea] [i:l [ao] [ia] / fair tea house ear hair please mouse near chair sea about Canadian their read cloud Italian Ukrainian 11
  • 11. Unit 1. WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL! 1. Listen and read. a uniform I'juimfo.mI school uniform, to wear a uniform. Do you wear a uniform for school? I like my new school uniform, be over [hi 'aovo] School is over, we can play. Summer is over, September comes. Holidays are over, and we go to school, feel [fi;l] feel sorry, feel sad. I feel happy. I've got my birthday today. She feels sorry, her pet is ill. — How do you feel? — I feel sad. 2. Look, listen and talk. Ann: Hello, Jane. How are you? Are you ready for school? Jane: Well, I am fine. I’ve got a new uniform and a new bag this year. What about you? Ann: My old uniform is OK. I can wear it. But I feel sorry. Jane. Why? Ann: Summer is over... Holidays are over... Jane: So what? We are going to meet at school again. Isn't it nice? —З. True or false? a) Ann has got an old uniform this year. b) Ann is happy to go to school again. c) Jane has got a new bag and a new uniform this year. d) Jane fe«is sorry that summer is over. e) Jane is happy to meet her classmates at school again. 12
  • 12. ^ 4 . Talk with your classmate A: Hello? Are you ready for school? B: Well, I feel... A: I've got a new... 5. Rhyme Summer is over, September comes. October and November Are also autumn months September is the month When school begins1. It's time to work,” The school bell sings. Holidays are over, y j a No more fun. Holidays are over, * School has begun*. A / ns Lbi ginzI — розпочинається begun [haez Ьі'длпJ — розпочалась r<äs^ over, uni
  • 13. . Listen, point and repeat. фК ш uniform ft Mike Stones is an English schoolboy. He goes to school in London. When he goes to school he wears a white shirt and a tie with the colours of his school. He wears a school jacket. His jacket is blue, the colour of his school. He has got the school badge on the pocket uf his jacket. He has got his school badge on his cap too. Winter in England is not very cold. It does not snow much, but it often rains. Mike often wears a raincoat in winter pocket badge m . J2. Listen and read. A SCHOOL UNIFORM 3. Answer the questions. a) Whnrn does Mike go to school? b) Does he wear a tie? c) What colour is his jacket? Why? d) What has he got on the pocket? e) Does it snow much in winter in England? -|4 f) What does Mike Jones often wear in winter?
  • 14. і г 4. Speak about yourfriend/classmate. What is your friend's/classmate's name? Is he/she tall? What colour is his/her hair? Has he/she got long or short hair? What colour are his/her eyes? What is he/she wearing today? 5. Look and describe the uniforms. 6. Write to your pen friend about your school’s uniform. • the colour of your school's uniform. • the school uniform for boys • the school uniform for girls 7. Design the uniform1for your school and tell about it. to resign [di'zam] the uniform — розробити фасон шкільної форми _ uniform, badge, pocket 15
  • 15. 1. Listen and read. after ['(kFU] Autumn comes after summer. February comes after January. W h ^ L ^ s o n comes after Maths today? before [ш f£| February comes before March. Autumn comes before winter. What dayijft before Tuesday? class [ЙІт-sj classes, in class, after classes, before classes. Do you speak Enplish in class? I don't play before classes. 2. Look, listen and talk. Bill: What are you going to do after classes today, Jim? Jim: I don't know. Bill: What about playing football? Look! The weather is nice today. Jim: OK. But let's have lunch at school before football. I'm very hungry. Bill: Great! Let’s meet before lunch. I am going to have lunch with you, too. 11 Ask and answer. meet my friend, play volleyball, read an interesting book, go swimming, have lunch, go to the Zoo What are you going to do after classes? ' ------ і ____^ ^ ( I am going to do shopping. 16
  • 16. 4. Look at your timetable for today and say. What lesson comes after Maths? What lesson have you got before Reading? What is before Maths? What is after Reading? 5. Read and answer the questions. Summer holidays are short in Britain - only six weeks. But schoolchildren also get two weeks in winter, two weeks in spring, a week in October and a week in February. • How many weeks of holidays have British schoolchildren got in a year? • What holidays have they got before summer? • What holidays have they got after a holiday week in October? I „ ► ^ 6. Tell your classemate what you usually do: • before classes; • in class; • after classes.Words after, before.class to spell
  • 17. Lesson 4 1. Read and compare. four o’clock at night the lesson Tuesday on Monday morning / Saturday evening Maths, Ukrainian the evening / the morning / the afternoon in summer / autumn September / May to the classroom talk. Then agree or disagree. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) ^ Д 3. Look, read and match a)- f) sentences to the children, О Г Г — N Mika Maths. a) He likes to read about animals. 18 JJike Ukrainian. t>) She likes to draw pictures. 2. Listen Ann has got Reading on Mondays. Sam has got Maths on Wednesdays. Jane's favourite lesson is Maths. Jane likes to write and read. Jim likes PT lessons.
  • 18. I like Reading. c) He likes Iq count and do sums. I like Nature Study. d) She likes to speak English. I like Art.4 I like English. *£4. Ask and answer. e) She likes to read books. f) She likes to write. When do you have Maths? I've got Maths on Tuesdays and Fridays. Do you read stories in Maths? No, I don't. What do you do in Maths lessons? I count and do sums 5. Answer the questions. t 1) What's your favourite day of the week? 2) What time do you usually get up that day? 3) What time do you go to school? 4) How many lessons have you got? 5) What is your favourtie lesson? 6) What do you usually do at this lesson? 6. Write about your favourite day. V o r d ^ D*Spell ... is my favourite day. This is what I usually do on .. I get up .... I like .... After classes__ avou rile. Ukrainian 19
  • 19. Lesson 5 ✓ Д 1. Listen and read. a test [test] to have a test. We've got a test on English. Schoolchildren are having a test on Nature Study now. What are you going to do after the test? How many tests have you got this week? 2. Ask and answer. What test have you got) (We've got a test on English. t o d a y ? ^ v ___ _________ Nature Studies, Reading, Ukrainian, History, English, Maths / 3. Look, listen and talk. ./яла: What are you doing this Thursday? ПНІ: I don't know. Why? Jene: We arc going to have a test on Maths on Гrlday. Can you help me with it? Bill Of mursiH, I can. When can we meet? Jane; Can we meet after classes on Thursday? Bill: OK Two o'clock then. Snn ynu bye. Jane: Bye and thanks a lot. 20
  • 20. 4. Answer the questions. 1. What is Jane going to have on Friday? 2. Who can help Jane with Maths? 3. When are Bill and Jane going to meet? 5. a) Read and choose a) - c) phrases to have a talk A Can we read a book now? a) Sorry, I can't. I am going to have a B :... test on Maths tomorrow. A It's four o'clock. B :... b) Oh, It is late. I must do my A: Can't you do it after the homework. reading? w .• c) And what time tC ' is it? ж. В: . . . b) Act out the talk in pairs. 6. Say what they are: 1) a day of the week which comes after Monday; 2) a thing pupils wear at school; 3) days of the week when pupils don’t go to school; 4) a lesson when pupils can run, jump and ski; 5) a day of the week which is before Thursday; 6) a lesson when pupils can make things. 7. Fill in: 'at', 'on', 'in', 'after', 'before'. a) Sam gets up ... eight o'clock in the morning. b) They clean their teeth ... the morning. c) They play football ... classes. e) Yesterday we had a test... Ukrainian. f) I never play with my friends ... classes. Thursday,Wednesday, History Ч Л 21
  • 21. почлтксва Lesson 6 1. Listen and read. PRIMARY1SCHOOLS IN ENGLAND In England schools have got names not numbers. For example, schools have got names like Graveney* School or Gedar Grove3School. Primary schools teach children from 5 to 11 years old. The school year begins in September. Classes usually begin at nine. Pupils have got a glass of milk or a glass of orange juice at eleven. At half past eleven or at one o'clock they usually have got lunch meat, pudding, juice or a cake. Pupils often sit on the carpet on the floor and listen to the teacher. Usually they have some pets in class- hamsters, rabbits, — —-— / **■* — - * - ■Jo Rr' birds or fish. Teachers like to read or tell interesting stories English pupils often play outdoors during hrn.'iks 1Prlmnry [‘prflimari 3Uraveney [‘qrTfvSml ’ Cedar Grovojlaj^v' i . ‘ я пгеяк [brrik]|= перерва 2. Answer the questions. 1) Have English schools got numbers or names? 2) What is the age of children who go to primary schools in England? 3) Do English pupils usually have lunch at home or at school? 4) What do schoolchildren usually do during breaks? 22
  • 22. -»'/The school year starts......... 2) At nine......... 3) At eleven pupils....... . 3. Complete the sentences according to the text above. 4) At half past twelve they 5) Pupils ofte*:......... 6) Usually they......... 4. Listen and read. ible ’’клтКэЫ] a comfortable chair, comfortable shoes. Is your room very comfortable? This coat is not very comfortable it is smnll ground I'spsits graond] There is a sports ground behind the school. We jump, run and play sports in a sports ground, с51m] There is a big gym in our school. In winter we've got Sports in n school gym. Veik] Schoolchildren have got breaks between the lessons At school we've got one long break and two short breaks every day. lor ’kondo:] We can see many schoolchildren in the corridor between the lessons. Pupils usually go out into corridors during breaks, нп kaen'ti:n] Schoolchildren have got their lunch in a school canteen. There are twenty tables and lots of chairs in our school canteen. 5. Look at the plan and describe the school. Example: This is a primary school. It is small. There are ... There is ... BARRON's Primary School sports ground J K . . primary, gym, canteen, corridor to SDell
  • 23. ( Lesson 7 )І д_________________ __ % ^ 1. Listen and talk. Jim: Good morning, miss ones. Мяу I take my seat? Teacher: You are late again, Jim. Don't you know you must not he late for school? Jim: Yes, I du. I am sorry, Miss Jones. I've got a note from my mum. Here it is. Teacher: Well, we must have a talk after the lesson, take your seat now. Jim: Thank you 2. Read and compare. must do it. We You He She It They <:> mustn't do it. % Must 24 1 ^ 1 і we we you Yes, you must. he do it? he she No, she mustn't. r it they they must not = mustn't
  • 24. 3. Read the school rules they have got at Blackpool School. Ask and answer about them. BLACKPOOL SECONDARY SCHOOL RULES 1) School starts at 8:30. You must not be late 2) You must not walk on the left in the corridors. 3) You must not eat in the classrooms. 4) You must go out during breaks. 5) You must bring a note from your parents if you have been ill. 6)You must wear the uniform at all times in the school. 1 71 Ф I Example: A: Must they eat in the classrooms? B: No, they must not. 4. Write the rules you have got at your school. Use 'must', 'must not', 'can', 'cannot'. Example: wear a uniform You must wearyour uniform. eat at the lessons run in the corridors be polite to teachers be polite to classmates run in the sports-ground write on the desks take a packed lunch with you take some toys with you come to school on time go out of the classroom without asking talk at the lessons sleep at the lessons write in the books with a pencil • listen to the music at the lessons Words. ruLe, must, wear l-i-l-l-H 25 to-spell
  • 25. Lesson 8 ~ V 1. Listen and read. Assembly Hall [o'sembli ,ho:l| Children usually have got school parties in the school Assembly Hall. There is a large comfortable Assembly Hall in our school. library [’laibraril There are many books in our school library. In a library you can take an interesting book to read. 2. Listen to the boy's letter and tell about his school. . True or false? 1) Dan's school-rs very big. 2) There is a big sports ground in front of the school. 26
  • 26. ■There is a big Assembly Hall and a good library in the school. И There isn't a gym in their school. Ь Pupils usually have lunch in their school canteen. ■JTnere is a mouse and a parrot in their Pet's Corner. ) Scnoolchildren must not feed the pets. ІЦ Schoolchildren must go out of their classrooms during the breaks, 'srt Dan doesn't wear a uniform in school. 1С Pupils can read 'School Rules' in the corridor $ 4 . Work in pairs. Take turns to ask and answer the questions. 1) What school do you study at? 2) How many lessons a day have you got? 3) When do your lessons start? 4) How many breaks have you got every day? 5) Where do you have lunch*? 6) Do you wear a school uniform? 7) What don't you like about your school? 5. Rhyme. SCHOOL school has doors that open wide1, And friendly teachers wait inside. - jrry. hurry, let's go in For soon the lessons will begin. Books and pencils you will need, When you start to write and read. Lots to learn and lots to do. You like to go to school, don't you? Aide |waid] — широко WöFdS: кle-spell AssembLy HaLL, Library
  • 27. 1. Read and say what the boy studies at school. Round-Up Lessons 9-10 j TIKI GOES TO SCHOOL Tiki is eight. He is a little boy. He lives in Africa. Tiki goes to school. His school starts at 7 o'clock in the morning. There are 52 pupils in Tiki's class. The pupils play in the playground before classes. Some of them wear their school uniform: a white blouse or a shirt and a blue skirt and shorts in the classroom. Others do not wear uniform because it is not comfortable when it is hot In the room. __ ' у Befuru classes they sing one or two songs. The pupils have got classes five days a weak, hvury day they have got five lessons. They study t/En^lish, Maths, Nature Studies, P.Т.. History, Music and Art They have got swimming, games and computer studies, too. After classes Tiki plays football and then дон»; home. When he comes home, he has his, lunch. He usually watches cartoons on TYjbefore he does his homework. 2. Read and match about Tiki and his school. 1) Tiki's school starts a) five days a week. ?) The schooruniform is not comfortable b) he watches cartoons on TV. 3) Pupils have got classes c) at 7 o'clock. 4) After dnssos the boy plays football / <d) and then goes home. (g)'Before he does his homework when it is hot in the room. r Spuak about Tiki and his school. 28 Where is Tiki from? • Do all pupils wear a uniform? How many pupils are there in • What does Tiki study at school? his class? • Does he have lunch in their What do pupils usually do school canteen? before classes?
  • 28. |4. Role-play. Work in pairs. You have got a new classmate. He/she asks you about the school. feftk itnere a library at school? s, there is. There are many interesting books in it. I have lunch at school? you can. I usually have lunch in a school canteen classes. We can go there together. Thank you. 3. Your Project. 1) Interview the classmate who sits next to you about his/her age, family, hobby, his/her favourite sport or subject al school. 2) Copy and fill in the form. My classmate's name is ___________________ _________ He/she is He/she has got________ His/her favourite sport is_ He/she likes His/her favourite lesson is years old brothers/sisters. (his/her hobhy) ► 29
  • 29. Unit 2. Sports and Hobbies Listen, point and repeat. play volleyball - [plei ’vulibo:!] skate [skeitj 4 * 4 play basketball [plei 'ba:skitbo:l] fh»gym du: '(ідии do judo‘ [du; 'd^uidaol play table tennis [plei 'teibl .tenis) Listen, read and talk. Jane: Who is this? Bilf: This is Stella. Jane: Stella? Is she English? Jim: No, she isn't. She is Italian Jane: What is she doing? ^ß iil: She is doing gym. thine: And who are these? Jim: These are Hnns and Nick. bill Hans is German. ./ллє, lü Nick Qwrman, too? Jun. Nn, he isn't He is American. Jane: What are they doing? Bill: They are doing judo. . Listen and read. play hockey Іplei ’hDki] is not = isn't are not = aren’t Lesson 1 [a:] glass, France, park, basket, basketball [d ] hot, shop, office, copy, holiday, hockey, volleyball [ds] jam, Jim, judo, giraffe, German, gym
  • 30. іpie: Bob and Mark are doing / playingjudo Max„and David answer V i/? English > % ? Canadian ? American Ukraine Franca ? English? Ukrainian ? German Number 1. Is he English? No, he isn't. He is Italian basketball, voLLeubaLL, skate, s
  • 31. Lesson 2 1. Read and compare. і am playing. He is playing. are playing. I "O" I am not reading. He She It is not reading. We You They We You They are not reading. і L --------------------------------------------------------------------------------< 2 > Am I writing? — Yes, you are. / No, you are not he Is she writing? — Yes, he is. / No, he isn't, it we Are you writing? — Yes, they are. / No, they are not. they run - running swim - swimming skip - skipping write - writing ride - riding take - taking race - racing J Look at the picture in ex.4, page 13 and talk with your friend. Example: Jeff / volleyball A: Is Jeffplaying volleyball? В: No, he isn’t. A: What is he doing? В: He is playing basketball. • Jeff / volleyball • Bob, Mark / do gym • Tina / table tennis • Max, David / do judo • Ann, Sue / basketball
  • 32. Helen___ Terry and Mike___ John and Jack 1) What are the schoolchildren doing today? 2) What is Fred doing? 3) What are Robert and Chris doing? 4) What are Linda and Kate doing? 5) What is Helen doing? 6)Are Terry and Mike playing volleyball? 7) Are John and Jack playing hockey? SS?4. Look at the pictures above. Ask and answer. і 3. Look, listen and match. Then answer. Fred 4 Linda and Kate Robert and Chris Picture 1. Who are these? (Who is this?) These are John and Jack. (This is ...) do gym, do judo, hockey. iabLe-tennis 33
  • 33. [ju:] usually, Ukraine, uniform 34 [ail like, five, nice, ride, prize 1. Listen, point and repeat. Lesson 3 ) s t faring 1car-racing horse-racing I'reisirji g f V A*-**A 401 -Г-- I poster 3 ^uniform I'paosta] " [ju:mf3:ml [praiz] 2. Listen, read and talk. Bill: Look, Jim! This is my favourite basketball team “Flyers". They are getting a prize now. Jim: Are they winners today? Bill: Yes, they are! Look, they are wearing nice uniforms! . Listen and read. Bill: Is this yuur favourite football team on the pubterV Jim: You il іь. The team is having a football mululi luday. We can watch it on TV at b o'clock. Bill: OK.
  • 34. Ann, Canada, many, match , game, take, race Jmaetj ] football match, to have a match. I like to watch football Ifnatches on TV. Our school team is having a football match today. ШПГ. to win a game, to win a match. Hooray! We are winning! Mary is ^ojng to win in table-tennis. She is a good player. wins] Who is the winner of the game? John is the winner today (reis] 1. to race a car, to race a horse. Who is racing that rod cur? 2 to run a race, to win a race. Look! Albert is winning this racc й is a great horse! These cars are running a race in France. ф 3 4. Look, ask and answer. me ne В II Jim Sam favourite sport volleyball basketball football hockey favourite team Yellow Tigers Flyers Liverville Peggy Boys team's uniform a yellow T-shirt and black shorts, yellow socks: blue and white T-shirts and shorts, white socks; green and yellow T-shirts, green shorts and yellow socks: red and white shirts and black trousers A What is Jane's favourite sport? В: Her favourite sport is volleyball. A: What is her favourite team? B: “Yellow Tigers." A: What is the team's uniform? B: They wear yellow T-shirts, black shorts and yellow socks. ^ 5. Interview your classmate about his/her favourite i ^ sport or sports team. W o r d s ^ K w - і to-spell in,winner, match, race 35
  • 35. Lesson 4 ) True or false? 1) Dob's favourite sport is horse racing. Number 1. False. 2) Ted’s Favourite sport is car racing. Bob's favourite 3) Ted’s favourite sportsman is German. sport is a ......... A) The uniform is red and black. 5) The posters of his favourite sportsman are on the walls in his room. . Listen and read. Dear Bob, Thank you for your letter. I am glad your favourite sport is car racing. It is my favourite sport, too. I like watching car races on TV. My favourite sportsman is Michael Frenoe [ fre no.y. He is a prize winner in France this year. I like his uniform. It is red and white. I've got some posters and photos of Michael and his cars on the walls in my room. Write about your favourite sportsman. Best wishes, Ted. 3 Write about the sportmen below (6 sentences) or your favourite sports team.
  • 36. '4. Act out the scenes of lesson 3. 5. a) Match and say. to watch X. • a prize to get X N. a race to play X •s. X gym to wear V X. X a car to win V X X hockey to race V X a match to do a game to have a uniform b) Make up three sentences with the phrases above. Example: Ourschool team can get a prize today. 6. Rhyme. WINNERS' CHANT !>e having IScorts today L«fs go out, Race and play Let’s be winners, Get a prize. JK'Sgoing to be nice! :’s do judo. Let's have fun! We can jump •*nd we can run. _efs play hockey I And do gym. We can be A real team! 37
  • 37. Lesson 6___ ^ ^ 4 A Read and compare. /Ts We You He / She / It They і і can dance. Г <3> і We You He / She / It They cannot dance. Can I he she it dance? Yes, we No, you they I he she it we you they can. cannot. cannot = can't [ka:ntj ї $ 2 . Look, ask and answer as in the example. Example: Number 1. Can he join the Dancing Club? ил • join the dancing club? ©play football? play basketball?
  • 38. • join the basketbal club? 3. Listen and match the names to the girls. 2=4 1 4. Listen again, read and complete. Nancy is good a t... Nancy's favourite sport is ... Nancy is interested in ... L is fond of painting. 5. Speak about yourself 5) Rosie's favourite subject is 6)... is interested in music. 7) She is good at ... name's ... I'm good a t... fond o f... My favourite sport is ... I am interested in ..., too. I'm going to join the...... this year. . Act out the scenes of lesson 5.
  • 39. і :>1. Listen, point and repeat. Lesson 7 coin [loin] badge і [hapd^] L I stamp [staemp] £ sticker [stika] postcard I'paostku’.d] comics ['kumiks] mask [ma^sk] m& 2. Listen, read and talk. Spoaker: Good afternoon! This is “School News Programme" Today we've got a School Hobby Fair. Children from different classes present their collections. This is Mary Woodcraft. She collects dolls, iell us about your collection, Mary. Mary-Well, here is my collection. There are dolls from different countries in it. I’ve got one Lnglish doll, two German, one Ukrainian, one Canadian, and three French dolls. My ^ favourite is the Italian doll. Speaker Oh, your Italian doll is really very beautiful! * ■т..Ъ. Listen and read. [jn] invitation, collection, nation, nationality [a:I glass, class, fast [d^] fridge, porridge, badge jeaj hare, chair, hair, fair [i:] me, these, scene, Pete, theme to collect — a collector to act — an actor 42
  • 40. (]• - Ito collect dolls, to collect coins, to collect stamps. My сoilects badges. I collect stickers. What do you collect? ___ •-:eкJn] a collection of dolls, a collection of masks. I have got a > ; scl ecuon of postcards. Have you got any collection? # lekta] a good collector, collectors from different countries. A m l. a good collector: her collection is small. Is Bob a coin collector? ЮІ ; the theme of the lesson, the theme of the collection. What is ^~me of Mary's stamp collection? - zent] to present a project; fo present a collection. - ^.lectors present their collections on different themen tnriny Гг A t Fair, Flowers and Vegetables FaiK-this year the Handicraft s in the hall of our school. Childrorrare going to perform their 5 at the Fair. Read and match. * t ask and answer. 11Are you fond 21 is he good' ^ Do you collect ^ ^3 Have you got a collectkxf^^ is he interested 6; What is the therm 7) Is she a coins? of badges? in Maths? t swimming? o f his collection? collector? of collecting stamps? 5 Play your guessing game. Ask the questions below. you got a collection o f...? I have. / No, lhaven't. = fond of collecting ... ? p№. 1am. / No, I am not. collect... ? ••ri ! do. / No, I don't, you a ... collector? I am. / No, I am not. you interested in collecting .. css I am. / No, I am not. і У соLLeсt ,coin, mask, stamp, comics, theme 43
  • 41. Lesson 8 This is Julia Olsen. She is from England. Julia is English. She is good at doing gym. Julia is a winner of the season. In the photo she is getting her prize. Julia is interested in collecting postcards from different countries. Her favourite postcard is from (Iraoml - Рим). l . Listen and read. This is Robert York. He is from Canada. Robert is Canadian. He is good at playing hockey. His team is the winner of the match. Look, they are getting a prize in this photo. Robert is fond of collecting toy- cars, too. He collects different car makes. Red Ferrari is his favourite toy-car. 2. Read, choose and say. 1. Julia is from England . <*) England b) Poland 2. She is good a t.... a) doing Judo b) doing gym 3. Julia is interested in .... a) collecting toy-animals b) collecting postcards 4. Her favourite ^stcard is from a) Rome b) London 5. Robert York is from ... . a) Ukraine b) Canada 6. He is good a t.... a) playing tennis b) playing hock 7. His team is a ... . a) collector b) winner 8. Robert is fond o f.... a) collecting stamps b) collecting toy-cars. 44
  • 42. L І1) Where are you from? ' /Vhat do you like doing? Ь What are you good at? - What are you fond of? t What is your favourite sportsman / team? і What does his / her / their uniform look like? ) Are you interested in collecting? If yes (якщо так), what do you collect? 3. Interview your classmate. ■5 Read and act out. A: What do you like doing? В: I like playing basketball. And you? A: I am fond of reading books. What is your favourite basketball player? B: Mike Adams from ABN team. 5. Write a letter to your pen friend. Tell him/her about: • *ne things you are fond of • your favourite subject at school • tie things you like doing at home the collection you have rpt a club you go to or going to join your favourite sport and a sportsmar 6. Rhyme. FAMILY'S HOBBIES My Mum is very good at cooking. My Father always likes to read. Vy dear Granny's fond of music. Sometimes they shout and can't agree. So. I can help my Mum with cooking. I give my Father a new book. cor Granny I turn on my player... Now they have got a happy look! W o r d ^ К_ J to perform, badge, postcard, fair, sticker 45 —— жJ to spell
  • 43. SOME THINGS THE ENGLISH ARE FOND OF The English is a sports nation. Lots of English people do different sports and are fond of playing sport games. You know, of course, that English boys like to play football and hockey. But do you know what games English girls like to play? In England girls usually play netball. They play hockey, too! Many schools have got their sports teams. Do you know that there are also such games in England as golf and cricket? English people like to watch games and sports^ too They come to watch horse races even ([’i:ven] - навіть) when the weather is bad. There are different clubs for boys and girls in England. Parents often go to their children's schools to see their children's work. Some of the the schools have fairs. Pupils perform their art or project work. Many schools perform concerts and plays at the end of the school year. ^ 1. Read and name the sports the English play/do. '2. True or false? 1) Fngllsh people like to watch horse races very much. 2) English girls like to play football and cricket. 3) The English is a sports nation. 4) English boys like to play football and hockey. 5) English girls don't play netball. 6) Parents don't go to their children's schools. 7) Parents perform their art or project work at fairs. 8) Many schools have got their sports teams. 46 9) Many schools perform concerts and plays. 10) People play golf and cricket in England. Number 1. True. Yes, they do.
  • 44. Your Project, dassmates about their rS Ron. of reading, es have got hobbies. doing sports. Rose seed in collecting dolls. >Döbyis playing •er games. Nancy is fond ■fcSLtäfC. Tom is fond of music, collecting things doing sports painting music computer ames ng Steve Rose Dob Nancy Tom X X X X X X V/ У X X X X AT THE SCHOOL FAIR A. You are a School TV speaker. You are presenting a collector. 5 You present your collection at the Fair Speak about the collection. 3. Role-play. afternoon! This is ....... Programme. at the....... This is .........He / she collects ... ....... please. is ......... There a re ........ in it. My favourite ... you .... Your collection (hobby) is .........
  • 45. Unit 3. IS THERE ANY FOOD? ( Lesson 1 1. Listen, point and repeat. Mother: Well, there is some sugar, there is some butter and there are some apples. Oh! There isn't any flour and there aren't nny eggs. Ann: Mum, what are you doing? Mother: I am going to make an apple pie. Can you go to the shop and buy some flour and some eggs, Ann? Ann: Sure, mum. Mother: Here is the money. . Listen and read. mother, month, some, monkey, Monday, honey, money у, і [ai] buy, bye, sky, fly, hi, lie, pie our [a(io] our, sour, flour money І'тлпі] Have you got any money? You need some money fo shopping. Look, there is some money on the table. Oh no, there isn’t any money here. honey sour cream pie [pai] money [’тлпі] [’Ьлпі] Isaoa kri:m] flour Iflaoa] 2. Listen, read and talk.
  • 46. 4. Look and say as in the There is some butter In the fridge. There are some eggs in the fridge. There is not any flour in the fridge. There are not any bananas in the fridge. mbers, tomatoes, potatoes, ts, honey, chickens, lemons, ras, apples, water, butter, pie, tad, honey, eggsr ice-cream, aese, sour cream, milk, ndwiches, bread, pears Apples are sour, Apples are sweet. 0Г Appfes are juicy And nice to eat! sour, sour-cream, flour 5. Rhyme.
  • 47. і л/ 1. Read and compare. Lesson 2 There is a lemon. There are some lemons. There is an egg. There are some eggs. There is some water. There is some meat. ^ 2. Look and say. Ihero are some ... 50 3. Listen and complete the sentences. 1) There ... some ... and there is some ... . 2) There ... some ... but there ... not any sausages. 3) There not any sour cream and there ... not any 4) There is some ... but there ... not... sausages. 4. Fill in ‘is* or ‘are’. 1) There 2) There 8) There 4) There 5) There 6) There a glass of milk on the table, some apple pie in the fridge, some bananas in the basket, some money in your bag. not any sour cream in the fridge, some tomatoes in the basket. There isn't any
  • 48. FOOD SHOP 1strange (stremd3] — дивно pie, honey, money i. Look and say as in the examples. 6. Act out the scenes of lesson 1. 7. Rhyme. There are three oranges on the table. ?re are not lemons. SHOPPING A bear and a bunny Have much money. They go to the shop For carrots and honey. When the bear and the bunny Ask for some carrots and honey The man in the shop Says, “Where is your money?” How strange1and funny! They really have money — And that’s how they buy Their carrots and honey. There is some meat on the table.
  • 49. I 1. Listen, point and repeat. chocolate [’tjDklit] sweets [swi:ts] biscuits ['biskits] 2. Listen, read and talk. Bill: Helio mum, hello dad! Here I am. Father: Hello, son. Come in. Mother: The dinner's ready. Bill: Oh, yes! I'm so hungry! Are there any potatoes for dinner? Mother: Well, there aren't any potatoes, but there is some rice with chicken today. s 3. Listen and read. Father: I’ve got a sweet surprise for you. Bill: Are there any sweets in the box? Father: No, there aren't. Bill: Is there any ice-cream in it? Father: No, there isn't. Let's see. Bill: Wow! Biscuits! My favourite biscuits. Yummy! [з:] girl, bird, third, thirty, thirsty thirsty [’03:sti| be thirsty. I am thirsty. Is there any water? I'm very thirsty. hungry ['Илддгі| She is hungry. She is going to eat. I am usually hungry after school. When I'm hungry I go to my kitchen: there are always tasty things to eat. surprise [sa’praiz] a nice surprise. What a surprise! It's a great surprise for me, thank you!
  • 50. к Look and make up questions. there any bananas? bread? lemons? oranges? pears? meat? 5. Look, ask and answer. there any chicken? pizza? cake? pie? cucumbers? tomatoes? Yes, there is. No, there aren't.
  • 51. 1. Read and compare. 0 ^ u There is some flour. There isn't any flour. There are some apples. There aren't any apples. © © Is there any flour? Yes, there is. / No, there isn't. Are there any apples? Yes, there are. / No, there aren't 2. Complete the dialogue. Act it out. A: I ... very hungry. Is there ... bread? B: No, there......... But there are ... sandwiches. A: That's good. Let's have some. B :... you thirsty? A: Yes, I .... Is there ... juice? B: Yes, there .... Here you are. A: Thank you. B: You are welcome. ' / 3. Listen and read. A NEW KITCHEN FOR SANDY’S DOLL Snndy is five. She doesn't go tn nchool. Sandy likes playing with dulls. Sandy has got a new toy- kilchun loday. The kitchen is nice.There is a table, a cupboard, a cooker and a fridge. There are two chairs in it, too. Look, there is some 54 toy-food in the fridge. There are some toy-
  • 52. eggs, oranges, apples and hot dogs. But there aren't any potatoes. There aren't any cucumbers or tomatoes. Sandy's dolls can cook food m the kitchen. Well, they can have some eggs and fruit for breakfast. For dinner trey can have some meat or fish. But there isn’t any soup in the fridge! Is it a problem? No, it isn't. Sandy can make some soup on the cooker for her dolls. 3 5e r 4. True or false? 1) Sandy is four. 2) Sandy is fond of playing. 3) Sandy has got a new toy-car for her doll. 4) There isn't any table in the doll's kitchen. 5) There is some toy-food in the fridge. 6) There is some meat and fish for dinner. 7) There isn't any soup and it is a big problem. 8) Sandy can cook some soup on the cooker. 9) Sandy likes her new toy-kitchen very much. False. Sho isn't four. She is five ^ 5. Play this game in a group. One of you is a shop assistant. He/she draws the food he/she has got in his/her food shop. The others can’t see the drawings of the seller. The class guesses what there is in the shop. The winner is a boy or a girl who guesses the best (‘buys’ the most) (переможець той, хто найбільше відгадав або “купив"). A: Is there any milk in your shop? B: Sorry. There isn't any milk. C: Are there any oranges? A: Yes, there are. D: Are there any ...? sweet, biscuit, chocoLate 4 55
  • 53. Lesson 5 Jim: I am so hungry. Ann: I am hungry, too. Jane: Here is the cafe. Ann: Have you got hamburgers? Waiter: No, we haven't. But we have got cheeseburgers and fishburgers today. Ann: One cheeseburger and one fishburger for me, please. Bill: Three cheese and tomato pizzas, please. Waiter: What about some lemonade or coca-cola? Jane: Have you got any juice? Waiter: Yes, we have. We've got different kinds of juice. Jane: Two glasses of tomato juice. Jim: ... and two bottles of lemonade, please. з. Listen and read. [ m i ] mind, find, climb, child, kind [з:] purple, turn, curly, Thursday, burger a kind of Iэ 'kaind av] a kind of ice-cream, a kind of food. Lemonade is a kind of drink. What kinds of burgers do you like? a glass of [э gla:s av] a glass of juice, a glass of milk. Two glasses о water, please.-I'm thirsty. Can Ihave a glass of orange juice, please' a bottle of [э 'botl av] a bottle of coca-cola, a bottle of lemonade. Have } you got a bottle of tomatojuice? One bottle of lemonade, please. lemonade J l.leme'neid 1. Listen, point and repeat. bottle [ ЬD tl ] 2. Listen, read and talk.
  • 54. ч 4. Read and complete. 1) What kinds of 2) Can we have a г 3) Can I have a 4) A 5) What kinds of * . of coca-cola, please? ... of milk, please? of лрріе juice, pleasel . have you got? ...of coffee and two ... are there in the cate? 6) A .. and two eg ... of lemonade, please. 5. Answer the questions above. Use the phrases. Sure, you can. / We've got different kinds o f... / Certainly, you can. / Yes, of course. I Yes, sir (madam). 6. Act out the scene of the lesson. 7. Look, ask and answer. MEWNu Pichburaers n A: Have they got any...... ? B: Yes, they have. / q f shburgers No, they haven't. n Hamt>urgets A: What kinds o f... have they got? 5 )utc* В: They've got....... О Cheeseburgers ф . Q Cheese p'zza □ Tomato pzza Q Chicken ptoa О Mushroom pizza VOOÖS Words kind of. gLass of. boitLe of 57 to spell
  • 55. « = СLesson 6j ^ 1. Read and compare. < *> /T v have got some eggs. ґ ї I We You They haven’t got any eggs. got any eggs? Yes, I I we have. No, we you you they they haven’t. W I has got some eggs. hasn’t got any eggs. he got any he he she Yes, she has. No, she it eggs? it it I hasn’t. Look, ask and answer.
  • 56. Picture ‘a Have they got a ballon? Yes, they have. / No, they haven't. 3. Listen to the TV show and answer emonaae, coca-co
  • 57. ( Lesson 7ч 1. Listen, point and repeat. ел bar Iba:] pack [paek] jar Мза:| carton [’ka:tn] ■ % ^ 2. Listen, read and talk. can [kaen bag Ibaeg] Jane: Hello. Seller: Hello, Jane. What do you want today? Jane: I want a pack of butter and a bag of potatoes, please. Seller: Here you are. Anything else? Jane: I also want a carton of orange juice, please. Seller: Sorry, we haven't got any cartons of orange juice but we've got some cartons of tomato juice, some cartons of banana and pear juice. Jane: A carton of banana juice for me. Here is the mone^ Seller: Here you are. 3. Listen and read. |ae] cat, map, cap, can, pack, bag 60 |a:j farm, far, dark, scarf, March, are, bar, jar
  • 58. Look and say as in the example. (honey)............. (oranges)...... 5. Look at the pictures above, ask and answer. What do you want today? ’ I w ant... Anything else? | a|S0 w ant... (juice) He wants a
  • 59. Lesson 8 2. Make up 3 sentences with the words above. 3. Listen and read. 1. Read and match. у a bar different kinds a bottle a bag a jar a can a glass a cup a piece a carton a plate a pack oranges biscuits milk tea lemonade juice soup chocolate honey coca-cola sweets pie Flour LUNCH AT SCHOOL Twelve o'clock is the time for lunch in our school. Children are running to the school cafe. They are thirsty and very hungry. Today they have some potatoes and some fish, a glass of tea and some biscuits for their lunch. There are also different kinds of burgers, pizzas and salads. Pupils can buy bottles of water, cans of lemonade or cartons of juice. My friend Pete likes to buy a bar of chocolate or a box of sweets. We like to have lunch at school.
  • 60. 4. True or false? 1 Children can have lunch at school. 2) They have lunch at one o'clock. 3 The pupils are hungry after the lessons. - Today they have some meat, peas and a glass of juice for lunch. 5) There are different kinds of pizzas at school.’ ^ 6) Pupils can buy water, but they cannot buy any lemonade. 7) My friend likes chocolate and sweets. 8) We like school lunch. 5. Write about yourself. 1) Have you got your lunch at school? 2) When have you got it? 3) What do you usually have for your lunch? 6. Act out the scenes of lesson 7. 7. Counting Rhyme (лічилка). і Ajar of jam is for little Sam. A can of cola is for sister Nora. A bottle of lemonade is for Kate. A cup of tea is for me. What about a piece of cheese? Who is it for? Help me, please!
  • 61. 1. Read the text. ENGLISH MEALS1 The English have four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner or supper. Breakfast time is between seven and nine, lunch time is between twelve and two, tea is between four and five and dinner or supper is between seven and ten. English people like porridge. They usually eat it for breakfast. They like to eat porridge with milk. English people don't eat mud bread. They never eat bread witt meat or vegetables. But the) sometimes eat bread with soup. The English are great tea drinkers. They usually have tea four о five times a day. They like to have tec with milk. They drink it from cups no from glasses. ’meal [mi:l] — прийом їж 2. Read, choose and complete with the correct answer. 1) In England breakfast time is between ... . a) four and five b) seven and ten c) seven and nine 2) English people like to eat porridge with .... a) jam b) butter c) milk 3) English people ... . a) sometimes eat bread with soup b) don't eat bread c) eat bread with meat 4) The English usually drink tea ... . a) three times a day b) with iemon c) from cups
  • 62. 4. Your Project. Make up the menu of your cafe. Make some drawings in it. Speak about what there is on the menu. IN THE SHOP A. You are a shop assistant. S. The other pupil wants to buy some food and drin! 3. Role-play. Work in pairs. Ъ. I help you? please. re you got ? we have. і Are there ? there is / are ling else? int . . . . a • . you are.
  • 63. Unit4. WINTER IS FUN! Lesson 1 1. Listen, point and repeat. skates skating rink ski skis a snowball fight [skcits] ['skeitig ,ngk] [ski:] [ski:z] [э 'бпэоЬэ:! ,fait] r 2. Listen, read and talk. Bill: Mum, may I go to the skating rinh with Tom? Mother: Yes, you may. Put your warm cap and scarf on. Bill: OK... Where are my skates? Mother: Well, they are in the brown box over there! Bill: Thank you, mum. Mother: Here are your mittens. Have Jane: Hello, Ann. Look, it is snowy today. What about making a snowman? Ann: It's a good idea! I can see some boys are having snowball fights outside. 66 Let's go out and join them.
  • 64. . Talk with your classmate. about ? go out ikate. It's a good idea! It is a snowy day today. (It's not a good idea. It isn't a snowy day today.) 4. Act out the scenes of the lesson 5. Role-play in a group of three. A. and B. are friends. They are talking over the telephone about going out to play in the snow. A. is asking his/her mum to go out. C. is the mother of A. 6. Rhyme. Children are skating, Children are skiing, And sledging down the hills Winter is coming, Winter is here With snow, frost and winds. skaling-rlnk. ski, sLedge 67
  • 65. sledge sledges a snowman a snow castle fsleds] f’sled3iz] [9 snaomaen] [a ’snao ,ka:sal] 2. Listen and read. Children like to play in the snow in winter. They skate and ski, they sledge down the hills. Having a snowball fight is the favouriti game for boys in winter. Boys and girls like to make a snowman or a snow castle, too. There is so much fun for children in winter! Lesson 2 1. Listen, point and repeat. Look, ask and answer. Picture ‘a’. Are they making a snowman? No, they aren't. They are making a snow castle.
  • 66. 1to mime [maimI — імітувати, зображати рухи якогось виду діяльності 2activity [aek'tivitil — діяльність have a snowbaLL fight, make a sn 4. Make up and write down four true sentences. It is often cold and snowy cool and wet hot and sunny in windy and cloudy summer. winter. autumn. spring. ’5. True or false. 1) There are three seasons in a year. 2) In Canada it often rains in winter. 3) The spring months are: December, January and February. 4) Children like to have snowball fights in autumn. 5) We can skate downhills. 6) Children can ski on the skating-rink. 7) Children usually make snow castles and snowmen in June, July and August. 6. Play the mime game. Mime1any activity2you do in winter. Your classmate asks you and tries to guess what you do. Are you skating? Yes, I am.
  • 67. Lesson З . Listen, point and repeat. 2. Listen, read and talk. Jane: Shsh! Let's listen about the weather. Speaker: It is going to be snowy tomorrow. The weather is going to be cold and frosty in London. Be careful! It's going to be slippery in the city. Mother: What do they say about the weather, Jane? Jane: They say we must put our warm clothes on. Mother: Really? Jane: Yes, it is going to be frosty and slippery tomorrow. 3. Match the pictures to the sentences. 1) It's frosty and slippery. 2) It's cool and wet. 3) It's sunny and hot. 4) It's windy and cloudy. і — 4. Ask and answer. d slippery i’sil peri] What is the weather like today?
  • 68. 5. Look and say. Example: It's going to be foggy in France tomorrow. rainy f ' Ъ Ш Ш X St* j UKRAINE І- Г % їslippery ^ - Ä 5 = > — , ' '■ _ 'ü s L frosty windy sunny foggy hot / snowy SPAIN ■ s 6. Listen and read. careful ['кеэГэ!] Mike is a careful driver. He drives well. “John, be careful! It is slippery today." freezing ['fri:zi[)] “Look! Lakes and rivers are freezing." The water is freezing at 0 degree ([di'gri:] — градус), cool [ku:l] a cool morning. It isn't warm and it isn't cold — it is cool today. When it is cool I usually wear a warm sweater or a jacket. 7. Rhyme. /hen windows are frosty ^ t ^ ^ „ Or flowers or houses nd icy in places, Д Ö [ ■ ^ г т а УЬе a cat - ike to write letters, * , ~ * really wish windows nd draw funny faces, W UKJ j j j [ І Ш CJ Were always like that! frosty, foggy, sLippery 7
  • 69. 1. Listen, point and repeat high Л bouts I'Iihi ,hurts] 2. Answer the questions. 1) What is the weather like in winter (spring, summer, 2) What season is it now? 3) Does it often snow in winter? 4) What is the weather like today? 5) What colour are the trees? 6) What do you usually wear these days? • Ш І ' З . Listen and say if it is true or false. autumn) Lesson 4
  • 70. WINTER IN ENGLAND weather in England is not very cold. »times it snows. But usually it rains in к. That is why Englishmen usually don’t warm coats. They have got raincoats umbrellas. 1)Is the weather usually very cold in England in winter? 2 Does it often snow? 3) What do Englishmen usually wear in winter? Why? 4. Read and answer the questions below 5. Complete the table. Use the words from the box. cold, hot, very cold, very warm, warm thirty _ twenty-five twenty___ fifteen very hot о О T“ ten СЛо five о О zero 1СПо minus frcezinq 6. Look, ask and answer. Use exercise 5. ( TODAY'S WEATHER AROUND THE WORLD Kyiv с £ 3 cloudy 0° f London r h<‘t raining 5° s Ankara s sunny 20° Toronto w windy -2° What's the weather like in Kyiv? It is doudy and freezing. 7. Act out the scenes of lesson 3. fur, high boots, cLoudy, windy 73 spell
  • 71. Lesson 5 1. Listen, read and talk. Jim: Look, this is my Christmas Card for grandparents. Father: It is nice. What about some Christmas presents for your friends? Well, I've got a present for Bill. But I haven't got any presents Jane and Ann. Father: Do they like reading? Jim: Yes, they do... I know! A book about animals is a good present for Ann. And a pack of multicoloured ([тлШ .клЫ ] — різнокольорові) felt-tip pens is for Jane. Christmas greetings and best wishes for the New Year! 2. Look and say what these children like doing I fond of. 74 Sally Dan
  • 72. Which of these things are good presents for the children from task 2, page 74? Example: A new bike is a good present for Mike. He iikes riding bikes. ■* 3. Look and say as in the example. 4. Listen and read. a holiday [ ’h ö lid i] The New Year is a nice holiday. We've got two holidays in May. What is your favourite holiday? before [bi'fa:] three days before, before our meeting. What do you usually do before the New Year Party? Christmas I'krismasl Merry Christmas! Christmas is my favourite holiday. Children like to get presents on Christmas Day. Before Christmas people are busy. They make or buy Christmas cards. They send them to their friends, grandparents or other relatives (I'/ulot/vz ] — родичі). People buy or make Christmas presents. They decorate Christmas trees with toys, nuts in silver (['silvaj — срібний) paper and multicoloured lights. There are beautiful Christmas decorations In the shops and in the streets. ^ 5. Answer the questions. 1) What do people usually do before Christmas? 2) What do shops look like before Christmas? 3) How do people decorate Christmas Trees? 4) What can you see in the W ords, streets? at at Christmas at the weekend O I 1 on Christmas Day on Mother's Day on holidays on my birthday holiday, Merry ChrlslmasI Happy New Year 75 to SDell
  • 73. 1. Read and compare. u s - y T y с ^ I You We like the decorations. They I L> Do you we they like the cards? Yes' I I /2 4 . I You We They do not like the presents. do. No, Mle She II /+ V О I I He likes the decorations. She it - 4 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- do not. W / / ' does not like the presents. Does he like the he he she Yes, she does. No, she it cards? it it I does not. do not = don’t does not = doesn't і gb* ^ 2. Look at the table, then ask and answer. 76 Example: A: Does Ron like hockey? B; Yes, he does. A: Does he like painting? B: No, he doesn't. name likes dislikes Ron hockey painting Tom & Bob stamps skating Mary & Vira books riding bikes Linda dolls cars Paul sledging books
  • 74. у Example: I think Ron doesn't like his present. He doesn't like painting. 1) Ron has got multicoloured felt-tip pens. 2) Bob and Tom have got some new stamps about animals. 3) Mary and Vira have got new books. 4) Linda has got a red toy ‘Ferrari’. 5) Paul has got a new book. , 6) Tom and Bob have got two pairs of new skates. / 4 . Listen and read. ж ■ ■ ■ " 1 envelope [’envslaop] to put the letter into the envelope. You ohuuld write the address of your pen friend on the envelope. Look at this envelope. There is an interesting stamp on it. after [a: fta] after school, after the night. What do you usually do after your breakfast? I'm going to do my homework after the walk with my dog. After the Maths we have got our PT lesson. ф 5. Listen to the story and say what the boy is preparing. Z . - 6. Choose right answers to the following questions. 1. Why does Mike make a Christmas Card for his teacher? a)The teacher asks him to do it for her. b) Mike is preparing the card for a Christmas Card competitio c) Mike is preparing the card for the Christmas party. 2. How does Mike feel himself ([himself] — себе) on Tuesday? a) He is sad. b) He doesn't know what to do. c) He is worried (['wArid] — схвильований). 3. Does the teacher like his card? a) No, she doesn't. b) Yes, she does. c) The teacher doesn't want to open the envelope. І ^ 3. Read and guess if the children above like their presents. » 7. Act out the scene of lesson 5.
  • 75. Lesson 7 Jane: The bell is ringing. Can you answer the door, Bill? Bill: Yes, I can. 1. Listen, read and talk. Merry Christmas! I've some presents for you! Santa Claus: Are you Bill? Bill: Yes, I am. Santa Claus: Where are Jane, Ann and Jim? Bill: They are in the room... Come in, please. Jim: Thank you, pa. You're a very good Santa Claus! Santa Claus: Shsh! Bye, children! Children: Goodbye, Santa! Thank you! 2. Listen and read. hang IhaeoJIusually hang sweets on my Christmas tree. “How do you decorat yuur Christmas Tree?" “Well, Iusually hang small toys on it.” tradition [lu'dijii] a wonderful tradition, to have an interesting tradition. Ohristmns Day there Is a tradition to sing songs about little Jesus. To put, big Christmas Tree in Trafalgar Square is aChristmas tradition in London. Thereare many different traditions in ourfamily. celebrate [’sehbreit] to celebrate a holiday. Are you going to celebrate your birthday this year? Do they celebrate Christmas inAmerica? When do people celebrate NewYear inAfrica? ON CHRISTMAS EVE On Christmas Eve ([.knsmas 'i:v| — переддень Різдва) English 78 and American children hang their stockings (['stDkigz]— панчохи) on
  • 76. beds. This is a tradition. They believe that Santa Claus comes |ht. He has a very big bag with Christmas presents. He puts ints into the stockings. Children like to write letters to Santa before Christmas. They tell him what presents they like, also ask him to bring snow for Christmas. -------' 3. Answer the questions. 1) What tradition do they have on Christmas Eve? 2) What do children believe? 3) What do usually children write to Santa Claus about'? 4. Role-play. Work in a group of four. Use the words from the box. are going to have a New Year Party at school. f [Jea] — поділіться) the ideas. A: We're going to have........ В What can we do? С We can........ Z Let's............ - What about......? It is (not) a good idea. B : Well.......... • make decorations (presents, surprises) • draw New Year cards • decorate a New Year Tree • act out the scenes • sing songs • wear masks (dresses) • play games '5. Act out the scenes of this lesson. 6. Rhyme. ringing, children singing, and bright, ir stockings your prayers1, Santa Claus is coming tonight." He is making a list. And checking it twice3 He wants to find oul Who is naughty And who is nice. ’a prayer Ipreal — молитва 2twice [twaisl — двічі tradition, ceLebraie, hang 79
  • 77. Lesson 8 CHRISTMAS Christmas Day is a happy holiday for a lot of people in different countries. Every year there is a very big Christmas Tree in the centre of London, it Trafalgar Square. This Tree is a present to Great Britain from Norway (['no:wei| — Норвегія). Peopl of Norway send it to Londoners every year. Before Christmas people buy presents and a lot of food and drink for their parties. On Christmas morning people open their presents and say 'thanks' to their members of family and friends. The Queen's speech ([spi:tj| — промова) is on TV at 3.00 p.m. On Christmas people wish a merry Christmas to each other. They eat Christmas turkey, potatoes and green vegetables for Christmas dinner. And they have the Christmas pudding for the dessert. Ihey like to have a Christmas cake for tea at five o'clock. After Christmas comes Boxing Day. On this day puuplu usually visit their relatives and friends. True or false? • 1 80 1) There is the Christmas present from Norway in the center of London every year. 2) On Christmas morning people go to the shops to buy presents 3) People buy food and drink for their parties before Christmas. 4) On Christmas there is the Queen's speech on TV. 6) People open their Christmas presents after the Queen's speech 5) For Christmas dinner people eat pizza and cheeseburgers. 6) People usually visit their relatives and friends on Boxing Day. . Read the text.
  • 78. . / mm Q 3. Read and say what John likes about Christmas. mHello! I'm John. Vm from Liverpool. It is in England. Christmas is my favourite holiday. It is in December in England. You may ask, "What do you like about P Christmas? . Well, my answer is, “Santa Claus, presents, Christmas Tree, parties and many other things.” 4. Answer John's questions. Use the words from the box. When do you have Christmas in Ukraine? Does Santa Claus bring presents to Ukrainian children? What do people usually do before Christmas in Ukraine? Have you got Christmas parties? If yes, what do you ^ usually do at them? in December, St. Nicholas, in January, Father Frost, Christmas decorations and presents, make masks and costumes, do shopping, act out in Vertep Show, sing Christmas songs, greet friends and relatives, the President's speech on TV 5. Song. DEAR ST. NICHOLAS Yen who, who loves dear St. Nicholas, ren who, who obeys St. Nicholas Chorus: They're the ones that won't be missed, And their wishes will be blessed By St. Nicholas upon our happy, smiling faces, delight us with your blissful graces. Chorus: Don't forget to bring some treats, Presents, peanuts and some sweets, Dear St. Nicholas. St. Nicholas. Christmas turkey, pudding 81 P* '
  • 79. ( Round-Up Lessons 9-10 j t o 1. Match the sentences to the pictures. 1) It’s very hot and sunny. 2) It is snowy, cold and slippery. 2. Read the text. NEW YEAR IN BKIIAIN AND AMERICA Not ull English people celebrate the New Year. The people who celebrate this holiday have a New Year party at home. They wish a "Happy New Year" when Big Ben strikes ([straiks] — б'ють) twelve o'clock at night. In America they like to celebrate this holiday. Americans visit their relatives and friends. They have parties at home. English and American people often make New Year's promises (rprnmisizl — обіцянки) for the New Year. They call them resolutions ([.rezs’ltrjanz] — постанови). Here is the letter of one ЕпдІіьП girl, Polly by name: Hello, Tanya! Thank you for your letter. The Year is the time for resolutions. I often make them but I don’t always keep ( [ki:p] — дотримуюся) them. These are the resolutions for the year: to do morning exercises; not to be late for school; to be nice to my little brother; to help mum about the house. My mum's resolution is not to eat sweet cakes and bread. My dad is going to run in the park every day My parents always keep their resolutions. And what about you? Do you make New Year's resolutions? Do you always keep them? Best wishes and Happy New Year! Polly; 3) It's sunny, but it's cool and win< 4) It's raining, but it's warm.
  • 80. 3. Answer the questions. Co all English people celebrate the New Year? liftmen do English and American people usually celebrate the New Year? .'.nat are New Year's resolutions? 4. Write a letter to your pen friend. Tell him/her about your family New Year traditions. 5. Put the dialogue into the right order. Act it out. — From Africa?! What are you doing in Africa? — Are you having a good time? — Hi! This is A. I'm calling from Africa - How's the weather in Africa? Is it hot? I’m on holiday, hot. I'm having a very bad time. I'm sorry to hear that. . Your Project. Make a Christmas Card: — draw and cut it out; — write your greetings.
  • 81. . Listen, point and repeat. market museum [mju:'zi9m] cinema [’sinimal theatre circus I'feJiata] [’s3:k3s] 2. Listen, read and talk. Bill: Jim, meet Peter. He is my cousin from Oxford. Jim: Hi, Peter! Peter: Hello, Jim! Bill: Peter wants to have a walk about the city. Peter: Is there any museum near here' gallery [gaelari] Jim: No, there isn't. Bui there is a nice circus in this street. Peter: Really? Are there any animals in the circus? Jim: Yes, of course! Peter: Great! Can we go there? Bill: Sure. 84
  • 82. thank, think, theme, mouth, theatre -ere, near, theatre, museum s) race, science, city, performance, cinema, circus ance [pa'bimans] to have a performance, to be at the performance, ю watch a performance. I am going to watch a circus performance today. My parents like to watch theatre performances. 4. Look and say. 3. Listen and read. There is a ... in the town. There isn't any ... in the town. market, museum, gallery, cinema, theatre, circus 5.Look at the picture above. Ask and answer. m Is there a ... in the town? Yes. there is. / No, there is not. 6. Draw and speak. a plan of the street where you live. Label (познач) the placcs. к about what there is/are in your street. ґШ ь t M j in pairs. Ask and answer. ь A: Is / Are there......in your street? В: Yes, there is / are. (No, there is / are not.) market,fiLm.performance 85
  • 83. л о о л гL c o o U f 1. Look and say which words you know. zoo hospital shop park caf£ Wc can study ul vvhvol. 2. Look, read and say what people do there. - hospifc. *; і* ' *W -< Ш М We can see a doctor in ... . ■ i> We can ... in the ... Wtr can uld things in the .. . * We can watch a performance in the .. We can watch clown and animals in the 4Ё5Й We can buy different things at the ... . We can watch films in the .... We can have dinner at the ... 86
  • 84. 3. Listen and fill in the gaps with the words from the box. The British, nine, London, Sundays, Shreck, lives, theatres, cinemas, London IMAX Cinema, markets 1. Helen is nine years old. 2. She ... in London. 3. There are a lot of circuses, museums ...,... and ... in London. 4. Helen's favourite museum is ... museum. 5. Helen likes watching performances in ... circus. 6. Helen and her friends usually go to ... to watch films and cartoons. 7. They go to the cinema on ... . 8. Her favourite cartoon is .... Ш 4. Act out the scenes of lesson 1. 5. Look at the pictures in task 2, then ask and answer. Can Ibuy any fruit No, you cannot. You in the cafe? can buy fruit at the Words, marketa s ^ шto spell museum, einem a. theatre, circu s 37
  • 85. Lesson З_ _ 1. Listen, point and repeat. library [’laibrari] _''"v__ X V LI о Ы іm m osl ottice .Dfis) bank [baegk] Г. ШД Я Я Я * .1ІІТПТ в а м й Peter: Where can I buy some postcards for my collection? Bill: At the post office. Peter: Where is it? Jim : It is in Station Street on the right next to the bus station. palace hotel І'ікі'Іік] [hao'telJ 2. Listen, read and talk. police station [p3'li:s ,steijn] 88 3. Listen and read. q] thank, think, monkey, sink, bank s| race, place, palace, ice, juice, police, office
  • 86. 4. Read and match. re сап I buy new coins for my ction? 4' x re can I see a policeman? re can I stay visiting a town? re can I see a queen? re can I get any books? re can I buy a stamp for a letter? a) at the police station b) in the library c) at the post office d) in the bank e) in the palace f) in the hotel 5. Read and compare. the post office the police station school, hospital the library the bank the palace the museum the shop 6. Ask and answer. >ks corns snoney performance %T! gkJ things see a doctor see a teacher see an animal stay A: Where can I get some money? B: In the bank. A: And where can I watch an animal performance? B: In the circus. in the bank in the library in the cinema in the circus in the museum in the hotel in hospital at the posl office at the zoo at school post office.Library.paLace.poLice s ta tio n 89
  • 87. Lesson 4 1. Listen, point and repeat. >Sn at the corner [un 09 кг>:пэ] next to [’nekst te] opposite ['Dpazit) Jllllll' шиї >ими r__ . *huh T‘ И»» ■І between [bi'twi:n] 7 , 1 1 » behind [bi’hamd] 2. Look, read and fill in with the words from the box. 1) The museum Is between the Post Office and the Police Station. ?) The school is ... the library. 3) The Post Office is ... of Park Street and River Street. 4) The circus is ... of the theatre. 5) The school is ... the cinema and the swimming pool. 6) The hospital is . to the Post Office. ________ 7) The bank Is ... the library ... of the bus stop. <nun nun k l i_____ !:5 T> Ш ІІ. ^W between behind on the left next on the right opposite at the corner between 90 3. a) Listen and read. L O N D O N London is the capital of Great Britain Igreit ’britnl. It stands on the Thames [temz] River. There are many interesting places in the city. You can see a tower [taoa] clock called Big Ben in London. It strikes every 15 minutes. The Queen of Great Britain lives in Buckingham ['Ьлкідат] Buckingham Palace. There are 600 rooms in the palace. Palace ^
  • 88. Big Ben*pie can visit the Tower of London. It is a museum There are hundreds of interesting collections in it. re are a lot of beautiful parks in the city. One of them led Regent’s [Vi:d3ants] Park. There is a big zoo in it. ren can enjoy watching different animals there, jdon Metro is very old and big. Englishmen call it I :ju:b]. It is really great to see hundreds of different ts with a lot of shops, cafes, cinemas, theatres and museums, don is an interesting and beautiful city. True or false? don is the capital of Canada. 4) Buckingham Palace Is the home on stands on the river of the British Queen, mes. 5) Regent’s is the name of the zoo. Ben is the name of one of 6) The Tower of London is a library now. towers in London. 7) London Metro is called Tube. 4. A cto u t the scene of lesson 3. 5. Play your game. You are a Policeman. Some people are asking the way. are answering the questions. HOI FI f lJ(JS 1 n m n І cAft: B A N K fHOP S C H O O L Iliuhhm v 1 HÜSPIFRL A: Where can we have some meal? B: At the cafe. A: Where is it? B: It is over there, next to the bank, opposite the hospital. opposite, on the Left (right), between.be hind n o il
  • 89. 1. Listen, point and repeat. over ['oüvoI bridge [bridal і - A - lake [leik] LC along the street [эЪг) da stri:t] to cross the street ['krDs <3a stri:11 turn left [Дз:п 'left] turn right [Дз:п ’rait| x О Ц р '* - 2. Listen, read and talk. Pam: Tomorrow is Sunday. What can we do' Ann: I haven't got any idea. Jane: Let's go to the museum. Pam: Which one? Jane: The one in Art Street. Ann: Here is the Ann: Look. We walk along the bridge over the river. Then we cross Green Street and turn right Into Art Street. The museum is on the lefl next to the supermarket. Pam: Greatl When can we meet? Jane: Let’s meet at 12 at the station. ' / 3. Listen and read. [сізі orange, sausage, porridge, fridge, bridge [з:] learn, shirt, skirt, Thursday, turn ght [t| eight, tight, light, night, flight, right pass |pa:s] to pass the house. Go along Green Street, pass the 92 Metro, and the museum is next to it. *
  • 90. 4. Look, read and match. MARKET f SCHOOLSCHOOL ажшиж A*Y R..CR STREET VER STREET KING PALACE < TRAIN STATION BANK STREIET BUSSTOP P Q S 1 O F F I C E У ^ р і Ї Ї 1 I R R f l R V T H E A T R E ------ -------------------------------------- № C I N t M A W Ш | n , 1 t ) L > along Station Street, cross Bank Street, iss Train Station, turn left and go along the ßndge over the river. Now you can see it. )ss Station Street, go along Bank Street, is next to the Circus, along Station Street, cross Bank Street and to River Street, turn right and cross Station reet, pass the Toy Shop and the Post Office and here are. It is next to the Post Office, jss Station Street, then cross Bank Street, the Museum and the Toy Shop. It is opposite the ^ost Office, between the Sports School and the Swimming Pool. 5. Look at the map above and answer the questions. a cinema b school с market d hospital 1) Where is the swimming pool? 2) Where is the King Palace? 3) Where is the supermarket? 4) Where is the library? 5^ W h ere is the lake? ird S ; Number 1. It is behind the school. bridge, Lake,aLong the street, pass 93 ■ B 'S p e ll
  • 91. 1. Read and compare. Lesson 6 1 my eyes Look at me. we our eyes Look at us. you your eyes 1see you. she her eyes Look at her. he his eyes Look at him. it its eyes Look at It. they their eyes Look at therr 2. Complete the sentences with the words from the box me, us, him, her, it, them 1. Can you tell me the way to the market? 2. We are looking for the Children's Museum. Can you help ... ? 3. He can't find the way to the Circus. Can you show ... the way? 4. Do you know ... ? Yes, I do. They are my classmates. 5. Do you like ... ? Yes, I do. It is my favourite film. 6. Show ... the way to the King Bridge. She doesn't know the town. .1 0 ^ 3. Look, listen and follow.
  • 92. 1) Miss Simpson is the boys'.... a) Music teacher b) teacher of English c) teacher of Science 2) Many ... are walking in the streets. a) teachers b) friends c) people 3)... can't see the teacher. a) Ben b) Bob c) Boys 4) The house the teacher is going to is in .... a) Smile Street b) Pink Street c) Sun Street 5) The house is between .... a) the museum and the lake b) the museum and the post office c) the circus and the post office 6) This house is the .... a) library b) school c) sports school 4. Listen again, choose and complete. 5. Song. A SONG OF PEOPLE song of people fast or slow, in the city down they go. going shopping, on the bus; passing, passing and in front of us. People in the metro, Underneath1the ground, People driving taxis Round and round and round.. Sing a song of people Who like to com© and go; Song of city people You see but never know! ’underneath [,Anda'ni:0| — під Act out the scenes of lesson 5. turn, Left, right, cross the street, over 95
  • 93. Ann: Hey, Pam, stop. Look, we must cross the street here. Pam: Oops! Jane: Must we turn right here? Ann: No, we mustn't. It isn't Art Street. ( Lesson 7 * 1. Listen, read and talk. Pam: Oh, here is the museum. It is in front of Jane: Stop, Pam. Look! We mustn't walk on grass. Ann: That way. Pam: Wow! Look! It's Queen's dress! It's fantastic! Ann: Shsh! Be quiet! Look, we must keep silence. Jane: ... and we mustn't touch the things in the museum. 2. Match the signs to the sentences. 1) You must stop 9 ?) You mubl turn right.___ 3) You mustn't feed animals.___ 4) You can't turn left.___ 5) Don't sit here. _ _ 6) You must cross the street here, 7) No way!___ 8) You mustn't touch things.___ 9) You must keep silence.___ 10) Don't walk on the grass.___ 96
  • 94. . Match, ask and answer. Can vou tell me the wav to the cinema? Go along Market Street, then turn left. for A the way to the library, Ыге is the way to the train Kon^ m лі j tell me the way to the & e is the bank? booking for the supermarket, c-ou help? vmj tell me the way to the office? for В a) The bank is between the police station and the hotel. b) Go to the supermarket, Ніш Ішм right. The train station Із bnhlnri It c) Go to the corner The posl пГПсн is behind the corner. d) Turn right and go to the post office The library is next to it. e) The supermarket is over there, opposite the circus. f) Cross the street and turn left The hospital is behind the park. . Fill in the gaps with the ‘must’, ‘mustn’t ’, ‘can’ or can’t ’. Ш • walk on the grass in front of the palace! . sit here. The bench is wet paint. ... wear their uniform at work, doesn't know English. She ... speak English. Pte boy ... clean his room before mother comes, take my book. Here you are. ... run in corridors at school! opke ... feed animals at the Zoo. . swim. It is hot today, sieep well when you are watching TV. is good at Maths. I think he ... help you. must, keep slLence. don’t touch things 97 HI
  • 95. Lesson 8 •£ ^ 1. Look and say. Where can you see these si 0Example: I can see it in the streets. The sign ‘a’says where we must cross the street. Look at the signs above again, ask and answer. 1) You mustn't touch things in the museum. 2) You must cross the street when the light is green. 3) You mustn't cross the street here. 4) You mustn't eat here! 3. Match Example: A: What does the sign ‘c’ say? В: It says you mustn't talk. A: Where can you see it? B: In a library. the sentences to the pictures.
  • 96. Г STAY IN OUR HOTEL! Welcome to our hotel! It is very old but very clean and cosy ([koozi ] -затиш­ ний). There are a lot of different rooms in it; small and large, dark and light. Y< can take any you like. You can use a kitchen, a gym and a swimming pool. But we have got a list of hotel rules. They help us to be the best in the city. What are these rules? Well, listen: •You mustn't play music late at night. • You mustn't touch the things in the corridors! ■You mustn't keep pets in your room! • You can't cook in the room. • You can cook it in the kitchen. •And at last, you can invite your guests. So, are you going to stay in our hotel? 4 . Listen and read. True or false? 1. The hotel is new. 2 They have got only small and light rooms. 3. There is a kitchen and a swimming pool in it. 4. There are some rules in the hotel. 6. Play your game. 5. These rules are not good. 6. You mustn't play music in the room. 7. You mustn't touch any things. 8. You mustn't keep any pets. 9. You can't use the phone. You have got your own hotel (bank, office, school, hospital). What are the rules in it? Talk with your guests about them. A: You can ... A: You must (mustn't)... В: Can I ... ? B: Must I ... ? 7. A ct out the scenes of lesson 7. W o rd s ^ Ъ /' Don't waLk on the grass! Cross the street, to-spelf 9 9 )
  • 97. ГлО . a) Read and say what you can see in Kyiv. KYIV Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine. It stands on the Dnieper I’dniipal river. There are many bridges over the Dnieper. Kyiv is really a very green city with many chestnut (['tJesnAtl — каштан) trees along the streets. A chestnut leaf is a symbol I'simbl] of the city. Kyiv is old and beautiful. You can enjoy walking down Andriyivskyi Uzviz or around Volodymyrska Hyrka. There are many interesting places like Kyiv Pechersk Monastery ['rrmnastri] or Saint Sophia’s Cathedral [кэ’6Ыгэ11. You can visit different museums or galleries. You can watch performances at many theatres or cinemas of Kyiv The Circus in Peremoha Square or Kyiv Zoo are favourite places to visit, too. There are a lot of beautiful parks in the city. One of them is called Hydro Park. There are many attractions in the park. Kyiv Metro is beautiful and busy. You can see hundreds of people there. Lots of shops and markets, cafes and banks are busy places in the city. Lots of people visit the capital every day. b) Answer the questions. 1) What river does Kyiv stand on? 2) Are there any bridges over the nvur? 3) What is the symbol of the 4) What places of interest do know in Kyiv? 5) Are there any parks? 6) What places are busy in the city?
  • 98. 2. Role-play. Work in pairs. You have got a new classmate. Tell him/her the way to the place he/she wants to go to (school library, gym, doctor's, English class, school cafe, school sports ground, school museum, Nature Corner...). Example: A: Can you tell me the way to the school library? B: Sure I can. Go along the corridor, pass the Maths class, and the library is on the left. A: Thank you! В: You are welcome! ГШЧ Um 3. Your Project. Write about the rules you have got in your school. Speak about them. children teachers must mustn't can can't ^ v ^ ^ ✓ My name is John. In my school children must and mustn't.... They can ... but can’t ... .j~-—
  • 99. Unite. OUR WEEKENDS Lesson 1 1. Listen, read and talk.' ф ; Jane: Hi, Pam! Where were you on your winter holidays? Pam: I was in Scotland. Ann; Does your granny live there? Pam: No, she doesn't. My parents and I were in a small hotel in the mountains. Jarm: Was it comfortable? Pam: Yes, it was. The rooms were clean and nice. Ann: What about the weather? Pam: The weather was fine. It was very snowy but not very cold. It was pleasant to ski and sledge downhills. The mountains were beautiful. Here's the photo. Jane: Wow! What a wonderful sight! was [wuz] I was at the seaside on my holidays. My sister was at school on Monday. I was very glad to see the teacher of English in summer. It was cold and windy in February. were [w*.] We were in the mountains in winter. Tina and Sabina were happy to meet their grandmother from Scotland. The rooms in the hotel were nice and comfortable. comfortable [’kAmfotobl] a comfortable sofa, a comfortable car. It is very comfortable to go to the seaside by car. My mother has got very comfortable shoes. sight [sait] a wonderful sight, a beautiful sight. You can see a beautiful sight from my window. last [la:st] last day, last week, last weekend. We were at the cinema last Sunday. We were at granny's on our last holidays. 102 2. Listen and read
  • 100. The children....... Kate........ on her last weekend. summer holidays. 3. Look and Sally and her mum were at the seaside on summer holidays. David....... on his last Linda and her sister winter holidays. ....... on their winter holidays. 4. Make up the I We My friend and I My sister Tom They Ben and John Carla and Jessica was were in the mountains in England at home in the city in the library in the museum in the theatre in the zoo Roy and Rich last weekend. my our on his her their ► ^ 5. Tell your friend where you were on your w inter holidays. winter holidays. were, comforiabLe. say. sentences.
  • 101. # F Lesson 2 1. Read and compare. I He She ft We You They /T W — Щ г. I was were --------'T V vX/ at home. at home. I He She It We You They <j€yі ^ was not at home. were not at home. Was Were I he Yes, he was. she at home? No, she wasn't. it it we Yes, we were. you at home? No, you weren't they they was not = wasn't were not = weren't 104 2. Fill In the gaps with 'was', 'were', 'wasn't', 'weren't'. 1) We ... in the History museum on our weekend. ?) Bob in the swimming pool on Saturday. 3) ... you at school on Sunday? 4) Jane and Liz ... in a circus on their weekend, they ... in the library. 5) I ... at home on my winter holidays. 6) Donna ... at winter camp in the mountains. 7) The weather... fine on the weekends. 3. Listen about Laura and say if it is true or false. 1) Laura [Ъ.тэ] is 10. Number 1 2) She lives in a big city, "rue 3) Laura was in the mountains on her summer holidays.
  • 102. 4) Laura and her friends were good at climbing the trees. 5) There was a forest near the camp. 6) Children weren't glad to see each other in the evenings. 4. Act out the scene of lesson 1. Ask and answer. Were you in(at)... on your winter holidays? Were you in(at)... on your weekend? 6. Read about Pete's winter holidays. Rewrite it in the past. Yes, I was. / No, I wasn't. Dear Bob, I’m really very glad to spend my winter holidays with my parents in Egypt [ 'Ыз! pt/. It is winter and it is cold in London now. But in Egypt it is sunny and hot. We are on the beach today. The water is warm in the sea. It is pleasant to swim and play in the sand. On Monday we are going to visit famous Egyptian [idy pn) Pyramids. ' YourS, ^ JCT7 Pete Words^# wasn't, weren't, beautlfuL, happy. Scotland -|05 to-spell ,- 1
  • 103. Lesson З Jim: Hello, everyone! Dill: Ili, Jim! Where were you on your weekend? Jim: Weff, f was in different places... On Saturday morning I helped my father in a garage. On Saturday afternoon I watched my favourite football team at the stadium. On Sunday morning I visited my granny. In the evening I watched an interesting film at the cinema. , 2. Listen, read and Bill: Hi, Sam! How was your weekend? Sam: It was awful! I studied all the weekend. What about you, Bill? Bill: My weekend was great! I visited my cousins. We played compute games. • у 1 . Listen and read it і V A / Г worked watched washed walked cooked helped Id ] " lid] , listened visited phoned collected played invited opened painted showed studied lived skated cleaned skied sledged talk.
  • 104. >sterday ['jestadi] It is Monday today. It was Sunday yesterday. Yesterday I visited my aunt. The weather was fine yesterday. ist [la:st] last week, last month, last Sunday, last year. We were at the seaside last summer. Where were you last winter? ^ 4. Look and say aboutTonny’s last weekend. Use the words from the box. 3. Listen and read. At noon he ... with hiß friends in the yard. Then he ... the dishesIn the morning Tonny helped his mother lo cook breakfast. After that Tonny ... his English. In the evening he ... to music. Then he ... TV. learned, helped, listened, washed, played, watched ^ 5. Speak about your last weekend, using the words from the table in ex.1, page 88. Wordsa Г wai c h ed,pLayed,heLped,vlslied,waLked,cooked Ю 7 to-soell
  • 105. ;son 1. Read and compare. IT 'I He She It We You They 4i> played in the yard yesterday. /Ä 'I He She It We You They (;> did not play in the yard yesterday. Did Ф 1 1 he he she Yes, she it play in the it we yard yesterday? we you No, you they they did. did not = didn't 2. Read and fill in with 'did1or 'didn't'. 1) ... you ride a bike yesterday? 2) I ... play with my dolls last evening, I studied Maths. 3 )... Steve go to school last Monday? No, he ... . 4) I ... walk in the park yesterday, I cleaned my room. 5) My mother... ask me to help her. 6) ... your father work last Saturday? No, he ... . 3. Make up negative sentences as in the example. Example: I wanted to be a doctor. I didn’t want to be a doctor. 1) I phoned to my friend yesterday. 2) We watched our favourite performance at the theatre last Sunday 3) Ron flied the kite yesterday. 4) Paul walked in the park last evening. 108
  • 106. і з 5) Mark and Jeff played computer games yesterday. 6) Sam studied his English on Saturday evening. 4. Read and answer. Emma Johnson is a famous pop-star today. But when she was a little girl she wanted to be a doctor like her father She liked to help people. But one day when she was ill, she stayed in bed and listened to her favourite music. It was very pleasant, and the girl listened to it all day. Next day Emma was surprised. She wasn't ill, she was well again. After that she started to sing songs and wanted to be a singer to help people to feel good. 1) What is Emma today? 2) Did she want to be a singer when she was a child? 3) Why did she like to be a doctor? 4) Why did the girl change her mind? 5) Why did Emma want to be a singer. ^ 5. Read Jenny’s plans for Saturday. It is Sunday today. Tell what she did yesterday. 6:00 - help mum to cook 3:00 - play with my sister breakfast 5:00 - watch ‘Tom & Jerry" 10:00 - wash dishes cartoon 12:00 - clean my room 6:00 - visit uncle George 6. Rhyme. DAY BY DAY On Sunday I played with my friend, On Wednesday I washed the dishes, On Monday I started my school. On Thursday I watched TV. On Tuesday I watched the play to On Friday I visited my dear cousins, the end, On Saturday they phoned me. And helped my mum to cook. g P 7 . Act out the scenes of lesson 3. W o rd s ^ (л§гГstudy-sludi ed, tid y-tid ie d .ira v e l-ir a veiled Ю9 W spell
  • 107. Lesson 5 і ' — ' ^ 1 . Listen and read. go — went Iwent IWe like to go to the theatre on our weekends. They w< to the cinema last Sunday. see — saw Isn:] Isee my classmates every day. Isaw my teacher yesterday. come — came [keim] My parents come home at 5 o’clock. Our granny came lo visit us yesterday. learn — learnt [Із:пt ] Every day we learn some new words at our English Lessons. My sister learnt a nice poem yesterday. do did I do my morning exercises every day. I did my lessons in the afternoon yesterday. What did you do yesterday? 1went. He didn't go. Did you go? 1saw. He didn't see. Did you see? 1came. He didn't come. Did you come? 1learnt. He didn't learn. Did you learn? 1did. He didn't do. Did you do? 2. Listen, read and talk. rrr / Jane: Did you see Pam yesterday? Ann: Yes, I did. I saw her near the shop. Jane: What time did you see her? Ann: It was 3.00 p.m. Why do you ask? Jane: I phoned her all day long. She didn't answer. Bill: Where were you yesterday? I came to your place but you weren't in. Jim: I went to the History Museum. Bill: What did you do there? I >|q Jim: I watched old things, I listened about history. I learnt many interesting facts!
  • 108. t o 3. Look, read and match the pictures to the sentences. I I I) Mike listened to music in the evening yesterday, d 1 Willy saw his classmate walking in the town yesterday.___ I Yesterday John went to school at 8 o'clock.___ - Tina’s mother came home at 6 o'clock yesterday.___ 5 1Ann learnt new English words at 6 o'clock.___ 6 Stacy worked in the garden yesterday.___ Ask the questions to the sentences in ex. 3 and answer them as in the example. Example: - Did Mike listen to music in the morning? - No, he didn't. 5. Play your guessing game. Work in a group. у_у У One of you shows what he did yesterday. The rest of the group are trying to guess asking questions. Pupil 1: Did you listen to the nurse? Italian: No, I didn't. Pupil 2: Did you phone to your friend? Italian: Yes, I did. Words K Jto spell go-wen t. see- saw.come-came, learn-Learnt щ
  • 109. Lesson 6 1. Listen and read. spend — spent [spent] Every year I spend a month at my granny's in the village. I spent my last weekend in the mountains. have — had |ha?d] I usually have my breakfast at 8 o'clock in the morning It was Sunday yesterday, and I had my breakfast at 9. begin — began [bi'gsen] Our lessons begin at 8:30, but yesterday they began at 9. speak — spoke [ьрэок! We speak English at our English lessons. Yesterday I saw a man, he spoke French. write — wrote [raot] I write letters to my cousin every Saturday. Yesterdaj she wrote a letter for me. wake up — woke up |waok лр] I wake up at 7 o'clock in the morning. My sister woke up at 9 yesterday. We spent. We had. We began. We spoke. We wrote. We woke up. 112 They didn't spend. They didn't have. They didn't begin. They didn't speak. They didn't write. They didn't wake up. 2. Look at Jim ’s plans for his birthday party. Tell what he did and didn’t do. rOООО ООО о о о to buy a new shirt >/ to make a cake X to bring new CDs to listen X to take a camera X to write the invitation cards >/ to decorate the room V to invite friends у/ to tidy the room V Did you spend? Did you have? Did you begin? Did you speak? Did you write? Did you wake up?
  • 110. 3. Listen, then say if it is true or false. 1) Linda is a famous pop-star. Example: Number 1. True. 2) Linda is twelve years old. 3) She likes playing roles. 4) She didn't do her exercises on her weekends. 5) Linda watched TV in the evening. 6) She didn't play in the yard last weekend. ► ^ 4. Now look and tell what Linda did and when she did it. Example: She went to the beach on Sunday morning. 5. Rhyme. LONG AGO ... Long, long, long ago There lived a little girl. She liked to sing a lovely song. Her mother called her Singing Purl. She washed her face and made her bed. Then looked at Sun again. It winked at1her and waved its hand, Then wished to have a nice weekend. Once upon a time She had a day of fun. She woke up in the morning, Then looked at smiling Sun. W o rd S ^ w'n^ a* I'wiokat] — підморгнути К ; spent,spoke,began,had.wrote,woke up to spell 113
  • 111. bring — brought [bro:t] My sister brings flowers for my mum every week, brought new books from our school library. buy — bought fbj;t] We buy fresh1fruit and vegetables at the market even Saturday. Two days ago my mother bought me a new suit. teach — taught [b:t] My mother teaches me to be polite. Last week at our Sport lessons our teacher taught us to play basketball. think — thought |0D:t| I think learning English is not an easy thing, but when I was a child I thought that it was easy. take — took [tok] I take 3 books to school every day. When I travelled last summer I took my favourite book with me to read. make — made [meidl We make interesting things in our Handicraft Club. Yesterday we made a tulip2of paper. 2. Tell your friend about what you did yesterday. Use the verbs above. Lesson 7 . Listen and read. / 3. Listen, read and talk. Ann: Do you remember about Jim's birthday party next Sunday? Pam' Yes, I do. He invited us to come at 3 p.m. Jane: Let's make a nice birthday cake for him. Porn: It's a good idea! Jane: Now, girls, did you bring all the things we need for the cake? Ann: Look. I bought a pack of butter, a bar of chocolate and a pack of eggs in the shop. Pam: I took a jar of jam at home. Here it is. Jane: Well, I bought a pack of sugar and two lemons. Did you bring any flour? Ann: Sorry, Jane. You didn't tell us about it. 1fresh Ifrej] — свіжий 2tulip [’tju:lip] — тюльпан
  • 112. г 4. Look, read and compare. її A o Then ask questions as in the example. What Where When do/does Why I / you / he /she g0 ? How we / they (to school?) | ■ptk-I j і_____________ * - -і л"'j What What do did they they write write today9 yesterday? Example: When did Tom have many toys? ш г. '^ *1 ^ 5 . Look at Jim ’s plans in lesson 6 (page 94). a) Ask and answer 1 i Did Jim ...? Yes, he did. / No. didn't b) Ask the wh-questions as many as you can. і. What did Jim write? He wrote the invitation cards. 35^6. Ask and answer Words What did you do last weekend? When did you do your lessons? What time did you go to bed yesterday? ira s ^ У і I visited my cousin in London. I did my lessons in the evening. I went to bed at 10 o'clock. to spell brought, thought, taught, bought, took, made ^ 5
  • 113. 1. Listen and repeat. Then read. draw — drew fly , - flew put — put [pot] read — read [redI blow - blew grow - grew 2. Listen and read. draw — drew We draw nice pictures at our Art lessons. Yesterday we d.,„ a beautiful sight of mountains in snow. fly — flew The birds fly high in the sky. We flew a kite last summer. blow — blew Winds often blow in February. We blew out a lot of balloons for our last party. grow — grew Some nice apple-trees grow in our garden. Last summer there grew a lot of flowers. can — could [kod| I can swim now, but I couldn't swim when I was 5. 3. Fill in the gaps with the verbs from the box. read, spent, began, wrote, spoke, woke up 1. When Tina was a child she had many toys. 2. Yesterday I ... my English exercise without mistakes. 3. When I was on my summer holidays I ... at 9 o'clock in the morning. 4. I ... my last weekend at my aunt's, on a farm. 5. Mark .. with his friend over the phone yesterday. 6. 1... H rittw book last Sunday. 4. a) Read and put the verbs into the past forms. THE MAGIC FINGER (by Roald Dahl) One day we were (be) in class and Mrs Winter... (teach) us spelling. "Stand up,” she ... (say) to me, and spell “cat”.v “That's easy I ... (say). “K-a-t”. “You are a stupid1 little girl!" Mrs Winter... (say). “I am not a stupid little girl!" I ... (cry). “I am a very nice little girl!”116
  • 114. “Go and stand in the comer,” Mrs Winter... isay). Then I got angry, and ... (get) red, and ... (put) Ihe Magic Finger on Mrs Winter. Guess what did I see? Whiskers2... (begin) to grow out of her face! They were long black whiskers, like the ones you see on a cat. Of course all the children started to laugh, and then Mrs Winter... .'say), “Tell me, please, what do you find so funny?" And when she turned around to write something on the blackboard, we ... (see) that she ... (have) got a tail. It... (be) a liuya3 bushy4tail! I can’t tell you what... (be) after that. But if you think, she is all right now, the answer is “No". I think she can't be all right at all. ’stupid [stju:pid] — тупий, дурний 3huge [hjuid^] — здоровенний, величезний vhisker [wiska] — вуса 4bushy ['boji] — густий (про шерсть) b) Choose and complete the sentences. u к > лUT 4LIM! 1)The children were.... a) in the Zoo b) in the class 2) Mrs Winter... them to spell. a) taught b) asked 3) She asked the girl to spell... a) 'rat' b) ‘cat’ 4) The girl... the word correctly. a) spelled b) couldn't spell 5) The girl... her Magic Finger on Mrs Winter, a) took b)put 6)Whiskers ... of Mrs Winter’s face. a) blew out b) grew out 5. Rhyme. MY WEEKEND First I had my breakfast. Then I watched TV. I went out to play with friends And came home at three. Then I had my dinner, Phoned Bob — with him we planner)- Where to go and what to see And what to do the next weekend It was one of my weekends. At ten I went to bed. Then stopped and thought: “For all the day W ords* I didn’t help my mum and dad!..” W J could, sold, fLew, blew, grew. knew, drew 117 to spell
  • 115. Round-Up Lessons 9 -TO> V v s . y y 1. Read the text. BRITISH CHILDREN AT THEIR WEEKENDS British children like many other children in the world like skiing, sledginc skaling or playing snow fights at their weekends in winter. When it is summer they like to go to the seaside or to the river, to fish, to lii In the sun, to build castles of sand. Some of them enjoy making short trips to big cities or to the mountains. Then the children with their parents travel by bus, by car, or by train, sometimes by bicycle. In the mountains they live in tents and climb the mountains. In big cities they prefer to visit Art galleries and museums, to watch performances in theatres or circuses. They also enjoy taking photos of the places they visit. The children like to buy different things for their collections: stamps, badges, postcards, posters, dolls, cars. SoniHtimes British children like to make up different parties at their weekends. They can have a cookery party or a balloon party, a teddy bear or a football party. For some parties they make a lot of things: cakes in the form1of a bear or a football field hall, fancy2dresses, party masks, name badges, invitations or posters british children like having a good time at the weekends. ’in theform [in Oj fj.niJ — у вигляді "ілпсу ['І«ііьі| — свнікивий (про одяг) •j ^ 2. Answer the questions. 1) What do children like doing in winter (summer)? 2) Where do they like to travel? 3) What do they do in the city (mountains)? 4) What kinds of parties do they make? 5) What do they do for them.
  • 116. У ► ^ 3. You are an English boy or girl and had a weekend of your dream. Speak about it. A" Role-play. Work in pairs. A: You are policeman. B: You are suspect1. A: is asking questions about what B. did yesterday. A: Where were you yesterday at 6 o'nlnnk? B :............................................................ A: What did you do there? B :...................................... ..................... A: What time did you come home? B :............................................................ ’suspect [’sAspekl] — підозрюваний . Your Project. MY LAST WEEKEND 1) Remember your last weekend ЩДЬгі tim p and write about it. " '* I You may start like this: W a.m. , rnb 11 Г * * 0« ™ Last weekend I was in .... / § A a ’itcheda / , 0 / _____ I spent a good time there. I ............. Then I .... After that I .... 2) Make some drawings to design a poster. 3) Show your poster and tell about your last weekend in class. і*»
  • 117. Unit7. DAILY DUTIES Lesson 1 1. Listen, point and repeat. tidy up f'taidi лр] wash the dishes sweep the floor iron Ihe room [,wdJ бэ [,swi:p дэ ’fb:] (aidnl Listen, read and talk. Pam: I say, John. Do you remember mother is going to come at 6 p.m.? Let's make a surprise for her. John: What surprise? Pam: You can tidy your room, wash the dishes, sweep the floor in the kitchen... John: Hey, stop! What are you going to do? Pam: Well, I am going to iron the clothes and do some cooking. John: Here is the iron. I fixed it for you yesterday. Pam: Thank you, John. It is really very kind of you. *; t y 3. Look and say what these people are doing. Example: Granny is cooking.
  • 118. 4 . Listen, read and compare. і always make my bed in the morning, never make my bed in the evening. She always cleans her teeth in the bathroom. She never cleans her teeth in the bedroom. They always go to bed at 9 o'clock in the evening. They never go to bed at 7 o'clock in the evening. Mum always cooks in the kitchen. She never cooks in the living-room. Kate usually makes cakes. But sometimes fsAmtaimz] she makes a fruit salad. Bill usually helps Mum after dinner. But som etimes he plays with his friends. Jane usually wears a dress. But sometimes she wears pants. Nick usually goes to bed at 9 o'clock in the evening. But som etimes he goes to bed at 10 o'clock in the evening. 5. Read and answer. Use the words from the box. Example: Do you make your bed in the morning? Yes, I do. I always make my bed in the morning. 1) Do you help your mum in the kitchen? 2) Do you sweep the floor in the living-room? 3) Do you wash the dishes after dinner? 4) Do you tidy your room on Saturdays? 5) Do you iron the clothes? 6) Do you go shopping? Dogs never say 'mew*. Mermaids never run. Cows never fly. Bad children never help their mums. always, usually, sometimes, never
  • 119. [ Lesson 2 1. Listen, point and repeat. J b air [еэ| the room water the plants do the ironing [aiamg] 2. Listen and read. ants fix things feed the pet do the washing ON WEEKDAYS It is summer now. Kate and Bill don't go to school in summer. They have summer holidays. On weekdays Mrs Brown gets up early in the morning. She does the cooking for her family. At 8 o'clock the Browns sit down at the table and have breakfast. Then Mr and Mrs Brown say goodbye their children and go to work. Here comes Tom. "Where is Mum?" he asks. He is always late to say Mum goodbye. Kate gives Tommy breakfast and then does the washing-up. lidies up the room and then sweeps the floor in the kitchen.Tom makes his bed and feeds the pet. It is a funny parrot. It's name is Carl. Kate waters the plants. Sometimes she asks Bill to do the shopping. When Mrs Brown comes home the flat is usually tidy and clean. uOh my little helping hands, thank you!” she says to her children. і з ^ 3. a) Answer the questions about the Browns. Examples: — Who cooks breakfast on weekdays? — Mrs Brown does. ^oes t0 wor^ — Mr and Mrs Brown do. 1) Who gives breakfast to the little brother on weekdays? 2) Who feeds the bird? 3) Who tidies the room? 4) Who sweeps the floor?
  • 120. Who does the washing-up? 7) Who does the shopping? Who waters the flowers? 8) Who says 'thank you1to the kids? It is Monday morning now. Answer the questions as in the example. ampfes: Who is cooking breakfast now? Mrs Brown is. Who is going to work now? Mr and Mrs Brown are 3Who is giving breakfast 4) Who is sweeping the floor now? to her little brother now? 5) Who is doing the washing-up now? ) Who is feeding the bird now? 6) Who is watering the fluwers now? Who is tidying the room now? 7) Who is doing the shopping now? bis 4. Ask and answer about daily duties in your family. Who sweeps the floor in f your flat (house)? 5. Talk with your classmate. A: Who waters the plants at your home? B: Sometimes і do, sometimes my sister does. A: And who usually walks your dog? B: My father does. always usually sometimes never air the room, do the washing up, do shopping, do the ironing, cook dinner, tidy the room, sweep the floor 6. Song. DO IT NOW When you have a job that's not much fun, And you wonder when you'll get it done, Don’t wait till later — time may not allow! Don't wait till later — do it now! When you have some work that's not much fun, A job to do before the day is gone, Don't wait till tomorrow — better not delay1! Don't wait till tomorrow — do it today! 'to delay [di'lei] — затримувати, розтягувати в часі
  • 121. Lesson З г 1. Listen, read and talk. John: Good evening, mum. How are you? Mother. I am tired. I am always tired after work. Pam: You can have a rest today. Mother Can I?.. Wow! What's this? Who cleaned tN rooms? Pam: John did. And he fixed the iron. Mother Thank you, John. John: Well, Pam ironed the clothes and cooked supper today. Mother Really? Thank you, my helping hands! Write down as in the example. tidy — tidied wash — ... do — ... iron _ - и air — ... water — ... cook — ... walk — ... sweep — swept feed — fed 3. Read, ask and answer. Here are the lists of the family duties for Friday. It was Friday yesterday. They did their duties. Mother Ann Tim Father ] • cuuk dinner • tidy up the room • walk the pet • do shopping • do ironing • feed the pet • water the plants • fix up the tat-a ♦do the • sweep the floor washing up in the kitchen J 124
  • 122. [ always, usually, sometimes, never ] 1 Rose doesn't like to do the washing up. B ut... she does it. 1 Mike likes to sweep the floor. He ... sweeps the floor after school. Зі Liz and Ron like their dog. They like to walk it. ... Liz walks the dog, ... Ron does. - George can't cook. He ... cooks. 5) Mother... cooks meals for the family, ... granny Ьінірк hur 4. Read and fill in with the words from the box. 5. Act out the scene of the lesson. ^ 6. Rhyme. WHO MADE THE PIE? Who made the pie? I did. Who stole the pie? He did. Who found the pie? She did. Who ate the pie? You did. Who cried for the pie? We all did. Who laughed at us? They did. Who did not want the pie? It did not. Why? It was a cat and the pie was a lemon one. Words, ш air, plant, fix, feed, sweep to spell
  • 123. Lesson 4 j vacuum cleaner ['vsekjuam ,кП:пэ] 2. Listen to the boy’s story. microwave ov ['maikraweiv] ■» 3. Listen again, make notes and answer the questio 1) Wliu inadu the list of duties? 2) Whu liylps mum with heavy things? And who helps with little things? 3) Who makes a shopping list? 4) Who docs the shopping? 5) Who does carpets with the vacuum cleaner? 126 b) Who tidies up Dan’s room? 7) Who helps Dan? 8) Who cooks in Dan's family? 9) Who can make sandwiches? 10) Who warms food in a micr oven? 11) Who does the laundry? 12) Who washes Dan's socks a pants? 13) Who washes up the dishes the dishwasher machine? . Listen, point and repeat. washing machine [wnjin ms’Jiin] do the laundry ['du <Ээ 'b:ndri]
  • 124. 4. Fill in the gaps with the words from the box. microwave oven, washing machine, cooker, vacuum cleaner, dishwasher is a good housewife. Every day she goes to the kitchen nwitehe.^ лп thr makes dinner. Her husband gave her a present a , to do 11in iii m_j Saturdays A/ice does (he laundry with her ... . $(ш ((куц to KüüU Пиг clean, so she cleans them with her.... In the evening Aliee tn th^ g classes. Her husband warms food for his supper In the.... 5. Read and remember. the washing machine / the microwave oven / the dishwasher / the computer / the TV / the vacuum cleaner / the radio / the light / the tape recorder. Turn off the gas. Close the fridge / the door. on I off /off the window! 2. Switch off / turn off the toaster! 3. Turn off the water! 6. Read and match. Jones wants to wash up^ dishes. *Brown wants to cook dinner, •carpet is clean, wants to sleep, wants to wash her clothes, wants to read before ivants to listen to the music. a) She is switching off the vacuum cleaner. b) She is switching on her dishwasher. c) She is turning on her W alkm an. d) She is switching on the light. e) She is switching on the washing machine. f) He is turning on his gas cooker. j) She switching off the lamp. machine, dishwasher, vacuum cLeaner 127
  • 125. 1. Listen, point and repeat. toast ltdost CEREAL cereal [siarial] 2. Listen, read and talk. Jim: Hello, Bill! It's Jim speaking. My parents are out. Can you come today? Bill: Sure. Jim: Are you hungry? Bill: Yes, I am. Jim: I've got some pease soup. Bill: Sorry, Jim. I don't like pease. Jim: We can make some cereal with toasts. Can you cut the bread? Bill: Of course, I can. And I can toast it, too. , I am pouring some milk... Look, the cereal is ready! toaster [Чэо Read and fill in with the words from the box. I am going to have supper. I take some cere I am going to ... some m I don't like this music. I am going to turn off the radio. -fc ^ I am going to make a I like toasts for breakfast y f ^ .sandwich. I take the roll. I take some bread. I alii '■ I am going to ... it. going to put it into my ... 1?ß cut, pour, switch on, toaster, turn off, switch off, turn on
  • 126. ч- My mum asked me to do the washing up. )l am going to ... the dishwasher. -$r ^ / The carpet is clean. ^ > I can ... my vacuum cleaner. It is dark in the room. I am going to ... the light 4. Listen and read. MAKING SALADS On Sundays my sister and I like to make salads. I like making a fruit salad. 1tak~ iree apples, two oranges, a banana id some cream. My sister makes a vegetable salad. >he takes two cucumbers, three tomat an onion and some oil. Come and enjoy our salads! Talk with your classmate. A: What can you make? В: I can make... Look, I take... tea cereal toast fruit salad vegetable salad------- 6. Rhyme. PEASE PORRIDGE -► hot water, sugar, milk, tea -►cereal, milk, sugar, salt -► bread, butter, jam -►apple, orange, banana, cream -►cucumber, tomato, onion, oil Pease porridge hot, Pease porridge cold, Pease porridge in the pot Nine days old. Some like it hot, Some like it cold, Some like it in the pot Nine days old. Words cut, pour, toast, switch on/off 129 tGSpell
  • 127. ^ з а * ^ '* l y ^ pee! [pi:ij ^ slice fslais] Lesson 6 1. Listen, point and repeat. mix [miks] boil [boil] Listen and read oil [oil] mash (mae{] % — chop [tjopl Jim's mum is cooking lunch. She's making an omclctle. She's got some eggs. She breaks the eggs into a bowl. She mixes the eggs with a fork. Then she puts some peae and buiii іь into the l - M M . She puts some oil into the pan, then she puts the eggs into the pan and cooks the omelette. She chops some tomatoes and puts them into the pan. I hen she puts the omelette onto a plate. Lunch Is ready! 1ЛП
  • 128. 3. Read and choose as in the example. 1. Jim’s mother breaks the eggs into a bowl. a) cuts b) breaks c) mixes 2. She ... the eggs with a fork. a) boils b) mashes c) mixes 4. Listen and read. 3) She ... ьогпи oil iulu j k/ötii. a) fjutu b) jO/ууАь u) ///wv* 4) Sho ... bumw tum«lue% and puts them into n pnn a) pvulx b) рить l) lIhii} TOMATO AuT> С н ЄЄ&Є SAm"DvjICH one bread roll, some tomatoes, some cheese Cut open the bread roll, Ж ' Cut the tomatoes into slices. Cut the cheese into slices. ‘^ # 5 J Put tomato slices on the bread. Put some cheese on top. Put the top of the bread roll on top. Now eat your sandwich. It's delicious! 5. Read and fill in with the words from the box. SAUSAGE AND OLIVE SANDWICH ,.. open the bread roll. ... some sausage slices on the breud. ...the sausage into .... Put some olive ... on top. ... the olives into ..., too. Now ... your sandwich. It's delicious Words, slices (x3), cut (x3), put, eat К peeL, sLice, mash, mix, boiL, chop J .............. ' : “ • r to spell 131
  • 129. tablecloth ^ /['te ib lk lD 0 ) 1. Listen, point and repeat. lay the table [’lei Оэ ’teibl) pot [pot] fork [b:kl Цbowl [bool spoon [spu;n] knife [naif] - knives [naivz] 2 . Listen and read. M N t i shelf [jelf] - shelves [jelvz] I am going to have guests today. So, I am putting the tablecloth with napkins on the table. How many guests are going to come? Five people! So, Ineed 5 plates, 5 spoons, 5 forks, 5 knives. I need 5 cups and 5 saucers and a tea pot. Oh, I've t — 3 ^ got a beautiful vase with flowers in it. It is going to ) be a nice decoration! Ask and answer about the things in task 2. How many plates is she going to take? She is going to take 5 plates. napkins, tablecloths, spoons, vases, forks, cups, saucers, tea pots, knives 4. Listen, read and talk. 132 Mvthcr. What's the time dear? Ann. It‘s half past six. Why?
  • 130. . Act out the scene of the lesson. iHother. Father comes at 7.00. Can you help me to lay the table? I Ann: Sure, mum. What can I do? [ Mother. Lay the tablecloth and put the cups and saucers on the table. I Ann: Where is the tea pot? Mother. It’s in the cupboard. Ann: And what about napkins? Mother. They are over there on the shelf. Take some butter from the fridge, too. Father likes to spread it on the scones. Ann: OK. Do we need spoons and forks? Mother. Of course, dear. And put the knives on the table, too. ► ^ 5. Give instructions to your friend. Your friend is going to have six guests. He/She wants to have tea with them. He doesn’t know how to lay the table. Put the tablecloth. Take six napkins and put them on ... HELP YOUR MOTHER Help your mother to lay the table , With knife, and fork and spoon. Help your mother to lay the table Every afternoon. Help your mother to clean the table. Take the knife, and fork and spoon. Help your mother to clean the table Morning, night and noon. ч Ш fork, spoon, knife-knives, pot,, bowl to-spell 133
  • 131. Lesson 8 Ask about his/her duties at home. Do you help to ? k# Can you...? You need .... What do you usually do'J When do you usually ... ? What is your favourite ... ? 2. Speakonyourdutiesathom e. 3. Listen to the story. *7 ^ 1. Interviewyourclassmate. 4. Answer the questions. 1) What эоир is mother cooking? 5) 2) Why i* mother glad? 3) Whflt must Kate do with 6) potatoes? 7) 4) What dows mother do? 134 What vegetables does Kate begin to cut? What does father ask? What is mother's answer?
  • 132. 5. Listen again and write down the instructions how to cook the vegetable soup. 6. Game. need m i l BE ECONOM,CAI? •c £ b #Throw thedice.Lookatthepiuluiu yuuaiwumnd Wl what to do. (Кидай кубік Подивись на малюнок, ни ітиму ти опинився, і дай відповіднукоманду.) Look at the picture and tell what to do. (Подивись на малюнокі дай відповідну команду.) If you do well, have an extra go. (Якщо ти сказав правильно, ходи знову.) If you don't know, miss a turn. (Якщо ж не знаєш ( як бути добрим господарем), пропускай хід.)
  • 133. Round-Up Lessons 9-10 ) 1. Read and test yourself. ARE YOU GOOD AT HOME? 1) Do you make your bed? a) always b) usually c) sometimes d) never 2) Do you help your mum in the kitchen? a) always b) usually c) sometimes d) never 3) Do you help your father? a) always b) usually c) sometimes d) never 4) Do you cook meals? a) always b) usually c) sometimes d) never 5) Do you play with your little brother/sister? a) always b) usually c) sometimes d) never POINTS a) - 3 b) - 2 c) -1 d) - 0 RESULTS 12-15 — You are always good! 8-11 — Usually you are good! 3-7 — Sometimes you are good, sometimes you are not. 0-2 — You are very bad at home!
  • 134. ’recipe I’resi pi] — рецепт ^ q j ’vinegar I’viniga] — оцет A. and B. are going to have a party. Decide (вирішіть) how mnriy guests. Speak about what you are going to do. for A for n • What way are you going to lay • How many guests are gning to rnnWi the table? • What Is your menu? в What are you going to make? • What do you need to buy? 3. Role-play. Work in pairs. Chop all the vegetables and mix them in a bowl. Add salt, vegetable oil mid vinegar. Decorate the salad with slices of cucumbers, tomatoes and onions. S a J j u L Onions — 2 Vegetable oil — 2 spoons Vinegar2— 1tea spoon Tomatoes — 4 Cucumbers — 2 Sugar— 1tea spoon Salt — halfthe spoon 4. Your Project. MY SPECIAL RECIPE. Write down the recipe1of the dish.
  • 135. м іж . HÜB ш и ш м м Lesson І 1. Look, listen and read. I want to watch The Magic Castle. I love fantasies. Fantasies are OK. But I like westerns. Let's watch Hands Up! I want to watch Let's Sing! I like musicals. No! I like cartoons Let's watch this. I don't like cartoons. Let's watch this. It's an adventure film. %» . * Q?rp;2. Ask and answer about the children above, What type of films does Cindy like ? Fantasies. What type of films does Bob like? adventure, cartoon, fantasy, musical, western ^ 3. Read and answer the questions after the text. GOING TO THE CINEMA IN ENGLAND There are no intervals between films in some cinemas in England, and people can stay there as long as they like. Cinema is very populnr. but It was more popular in the past. Years ago, people in England uflwn wwnl lu thy cinema, but now many of them stay at home and spend rnmr nvnnings rending books and watching TV or videos. Dut many people are still fond of going to the cinema. They often go to Ihe Odeon, which is one of the famous cinemas in London. You can see different films at the Odeon: comedies, musicals, 138 adventures, historical films, fantasies and westerns.
  • 136. 1) Can you stay to watch two or three films in the cinema in EnglnntP 2) Is cinema more popular today than in the past? 3) What ways do the English spend their evenings now? 4) What famous cinema do Londoners like to visit? 5) What types of films can they see there? 4. Listen, point and repeat. It is a quarter tn flVP » ■ 5. Listen, read and talk. Ann: What is on TV today? Jane: There is a football match at 5.15. Pam: Is there any cartoon? Jane: Yes, there is Tom and Jerry at 7.45. Ann: And what is on now? Jane: It’s The Big Show for Children. Ann: Can we watch it? Jane: Sure we can. 6. Listen and read. be on What is on today? It is an interesting film on TV now. quiz |kwiz| Do you like quiz programmes? Look, there are twenty questions in this quiz. programme [praogrseml We can watch different programmes on television. What is this programme about? How do they call this programme? the news [nju:z ] They tell the latest news in the news programme on TV. Children usually don't like watching the news, channel ['tjaenl] CNN is my father's favourite channel — he likes watching the news programmes on it. My favourite channel W o r d s is Cartoon Network. the news, programme, quiz, channel, cinema 139 feTspell ^ J It is a half past three. It is a quarter ['kwoitaj past five.
  • 137. * J 1. Look and say as in the example. Number 1. It is quarter to seven. 2. Listen to the dialogue. Then choose and fill in. 1) There is ... at 10 o'clock in the morning. a) a cartoon b) a quiz c) а Літ 2) There is ... at 2.45. a) a film b) a football match c) the news 3) There is a football match a t... . a) 5.15 b) 4.30 c) 5.30 4 ) ... is on now. a) Around the World b) Around the Country c) About the ^ ^ « 3 . Read, ask and answer about yesterday’s programmes. 7.15 7.45 8.30 9.00 10.45 11.40 12.10 12.50 4. Listen and read. boring [*Ьг>тіq] I don’t like this book — it is really boring. It is not Interesting. She doesn't like to play this game: it is boring for her. cxciting [ik'saitigl When my cat saw a mouse, the cat became very uxciling. I like travelling to foreign countries — it is so exciting! 140 That adventure film was very exciting! Get Up! with Tonny Smile Nature Today Sports Quiz Show Superman film Let's Sing Together! Tom & Jerry cartoon The News Weather A: What was on TV at 10.45? B: It was... A: What was it about? B: It was about...
  • 138. I like animal programmes. They are interesting. Sports programmes are interesting, too. Films are OK. But cartoons are my favourites, of course. I don't like the news. It's boring O11I7 shows are very boring for me, too. I like Music Land. It's my favourite prngmrnrnn. Music Land is on Mondays and Thursdays at seven o'clock in the evening. It's on Channel 2. There uie lots of singers on Music Land. I like listening to their songs and watching their videos. I watch Pop Music World on Channel 4, too. It's on Saturday evening. There are no videos on Pop Music World. I think Music Land is better. ^ 5. Speak about your favourite programme. I am interested in ... (fond o f...). So, I like ... It's my Гнупигіїн programme. This programme is on ... and ... a t... o’clock. II ш on Channel.... It is about... . There are lots o f... on the programme. I like watching ... (and learning about... ). ^ 6. Interview your classmate. 1) What is your favourite TV programme? 2) What days (what time) is the programme on? 3) What Channel is it on? 4) What is the programme about? 5) Why do you like it? Ф jWrite down the results of your interview. A. is interested in ... (is fond o f...). So, his/her) favourite TV ргпдгнттн is ................................................... Words ". . га ш К . quarter, half, past, cartoon, film, quiz ^4- to soell
  • 139. Lesson 3 ) 1. Listen, read and talk. Bill: Did you watch Animal Planet on TV yesterday? Jim: No, I didn't. Bill: Well, there was an interesting programme on this Channel. Jim; What was it about? Bill: It was about dogs. Dogs are the best friends of people. They can help in different ways. Dogs can help blind ([blamd] — сліпий) people | l | | to walk outside, some dogs can baby-sit... Jim: Oh, yeah! Once I watched the film about a dog-policeman. It was exciting! Bill: Yesterday they showed the Laika dog. It was the first animal in space! Jim: Wow! m2. Read and match. Then speak about dogs. a) to walk outside. b) was a dog. c) the best friends of peopl( d) baby-sit. e) policemen. f) in different ways. 3. Listen and read. WINDSOR SAFARI PARK Cities in lots of countries are closing their big zoos with large animals in 1) Dogs are ... - —_ 2) Dogs can help ... 3) Dogs can help blind people ... 4) Some dogs can ... 5) Dogs can be ... 6) The first animal in space ... They small nagcs and these animals live in open1. The Windsor Safari Park is one of them. Visitors can be inside the park in cars or on Safari buses, should remember three things: they must drive2slowly, never open the car window япгі never get out of the car or a bus in places where wild3animals live tree4. Visitors can watch the real life of monkeys, lions, zebras, hippos, giraffes and other animals from hot countries. in open — на відкритих просторах 142 2drive Idraiv] — керувати автомобілем 3wild [waild] — дикий 4live free [fri:J — жити на волі
  • 140. In the Windsor Safari Park there are two dosed sectmnn Psekjnz]. The first one is the Svaworld suction. which hnn dulphirib, btid liunti, fiuli und other sea animals In II ■* Blrdworld ncotlan there are hundrud* uf diffvi will birds from lots of countries. mzL 4. Read and say if it is true or false. 1)Animals live in open in the Windsor Safari Park. 2) Visitors must drive fast. 3) Visitors mustn't open car windows or get out of the car. 4) In the Windsor Safari Park visitors can't watch the real life of animals. 5) There is a section with sea animals and fish in the park. 6) The Birdworid is an open section in the park. •; 5. Tell your classmates about your visit to the Safari Park. Ф 6. Write a letter about your visit to the Zoo. Tell him/her: — when you visited it — who you went there with — what visitors musta't do — what you saw there — how you liked it 7. Act out the scene of the lesson. ’i 8. Rhyme. Some birds are yellow r Some birds fly fast, And some are white. A Some birds fly slow. Big birds are heavy, ^ ' Others don't fly, 4 Little ones are light. . ‘ They just stay low1. ’stay low l.stei 1эо] — тут: ходити по землі visitor, геаL, Life 143
  • 141. Lesson 4 r ✓ 1. Listen and read. high [haij There are lots of high mountains on the Earth. Look, there is a high in the sky. thousand ['©aozand] There are three thousand people in our town. The* are 10 hundred in one thousand, centimetre [fseiiti,mi:U] My ruler is 20 centimetres long, meter I'iniiUl How many centimetres are there in 1 metre? There are 1 centimetres in 1 metre. I am 1 metre and 34 centimetres tall, kilometre ['kila.mrta] There are 1000 metres in one kilometre. That river 3 kilometres long. This mountain is 2 kilometres high. 2. Listen, read and compare. How long is it? — It's 2 metres long. How high is it? — It’s 12 metres high. How tall is he? — He is 1 metre and 72 centimetres tall. How old is it? — It is 2 thousand years old. ^ ^ 3. Look and say as in the example, u. «, Denis is 1 metre and 30 centimetres tall. » i /rV W Denis Lisa Vira Nick ш 4. Answer the questions. «ха 144 1) How tall are you? 2) How tall is your friend? 3) How old is your house? 4) How old is your school?
  • 142. 5. Look, read and match. і© I The Tower of Pisa — 55 m Ш -------------------------------------------- tr's in Egypt. r*s over four thousand years old. rs in America. FTsover a hundred years old. s in France. Its over a hundred years old. s in Italy. It's over six hundred years old. ТЛ ---- - _ __* - § 6. Look, ask and answer. The Great Pyramid — 136 m. How tall is the Eiffel Tower? It's 324 metres tall. How old is it? It’s over a hundred years old. ^ 7. Rhyme. CAN Can you count in English? Can you tell the time? Can you tell a story? Can you say a rhyme? how, high, taLL, Long YOU? What do you want to do today? What do you want to be? How old are the Pyramids? How tall is that tree? 145
  • 143. *• 1. Listen, read and talk. Tcacher: Good morning, boys and girls. Let's start the quiz Who Knows Best? Question 1. Which animal is taller: an elephant or a giraffe? Sam. An elephant. Teacher No, it isn't. It's a giraffe. Question 2. Where is summer warmer: in Canada or in Italy? Jane: In Italy. leacher: Yes! You are right! Question 3. Where do people speak English: in France or in America? 2. Listen and read. [ Lesson 5 The children learnt a lot of interesting things from Around the World Programme. Here are some of them: • London's Metro is called Tube. It is 4,000 kilometres long. • Kangaroos can jump 12 metres long. • A redwood tree grows in America It can be more than 110 metres tall. • The Nile is a very long river in Egypt. It's 6,670 kilometres long • Giraffes are tall animals. They ru fast. They can run 50 kilometres an hour. • Mount Everest I’evarast] is 8,843 metres high. • Spacemen grow five centimetres in space a month.
  • 144. * How long is the London Tube? It is 4000 kilometres, How long can kangaroos jump? 12 metres. flT ' X. — % redwood tree, the Nile, giraffe, mount Everest i§ 4. Talk with your classmate. J A: What is it? і В: It is ........ % A: How high / long / tall is it? B: It is ........ A: Where did you learn it? В: I saw it on television in the ... programme. I read it from the book... A: What is this programme / book about? В: It's about........ 5. Act out the scene of the lesson. 6. Rhyme. THE EARTH IS FULL OF WONDERS Tfie Earth1is full of wonders, Which all of us want to see. We need to visit places Where we would like to be. are lots of different cities, are lots of different lands. .)d like to see other people, them to make new friends. ’the Earth jdi з:0] — Земля centimetre, thousand -147 '§■ 3. Ask and answer. Use the words from the box.
  • 145. esson 6 Listen, point and repeat. Listen and read. THE EARTH We live on the Earth. It is very big and round. There is a lot of water on the Earth. It is in rivers, lakes, seas and oceans. There are a lot of forests and fields, hills and mountains on the Earth. People and animals live on it. Different plants grow on it. The Earth is beautiful. It is full of wonders. There are large countries and small ones. There are warm countries and cold ones. People live in different countries There are countries where there are four seasons in a year and some countries where there are only two. When it is day in one country it is night in another country. The sun shines at the daytime. At night you can see the moon and the stars. 3. Complete the sentences. ocean laojn] the Earth [бэ 'з:0], the Moon [03 'mu:n| the Sun [0Э SAFl) 1) The Earth is ... 2) The wdtwi is in ... J) I he Larth is beautiful and .. 4) Different plants ... 5) Different animals ... 148 6) People live in ... 7) There are some countries where there are 4 seasons and some countries where ... 8) You can see the sun ... 9) At night you can see ...
  • 146. С І - Hello, I live in Canada. It is cold in January here. There is lots of snow in Canada in winter. 4. Read and compare. Hello, I live in England. It is wel in winter in England. There is not much snow here. Hello, I live in Australia. It is warm in January here. There is not any snow in Australia in January. ✓ 5. Listen, read and compare. fht How many rivers are there on Earth? There are a lot of Ilots of rivers. How much water is there on Earth? There is a lot of / lots of water. There is lots of snow in London. There is not much snow in England. 6. Match and say. 1) In January there is .............. 2) In February there are not... 3) In March there is not... 4) In April there is not... 5) In May there are ... 6) In June there are ... ^ 7. Ask and answer. A: How many ... are there in / on ... B: There are .... A: How much ... is there in / on ...? B: There is .... a) lots of flowers. - b) lots of snow. c) much snow. d) a lot of birds. e) any snow at all f) any leaves on the trees. July / green grass August I rainy days September / hot days October / yellow and red leaves November / rainy days December / snowy days the Earth, the sun, ihe moon, ocean 149
  • 147. Bill: And what is that? Is that a TV set or a computer? Guide: It is an old TV set. Look, the screen is very small. The pictures on it were white and black. Now turn right... Guide: Dear children, welcome to the History Museum. Here you can see some really old things. People used them in their past. Look. Guess what that is. Bill: Is that a cup? Guide: No, it isn't. Jim: Is that a bowl? Guide: Well, that is an ink-pot. People poured some ink into it and used special pens to write with ink. 1. Listen, read and talk. 2. Listen to the guide of the History Museum. sundial I’bAiidaielJ cuckoo I'koku:] clock knight [naitj ladies' clothes in the past
  • 148. * * • 1) Women often had a bag and a small knife. 2) This clock comes from Germany. There is a little bird in it. 3) They wore clothes made of wool and of metal. 4) The sun shines and makes a shadow nn this nlnrk 5) These hats were for rich1women in old England. 'rich [ntj] — багатий 4. Listen again and complete the sentences. 1) You can watch many interesting things in ... 2) People poured some ink into ... 3) Old TV sets had sm all... and the pictures were ... 4) 'Sundials’ and 'cuckoos' are the names o f... 5) In the past children’s clothes were like ... 6) Life for men in the past was ... 7) Knights wore ... 3. Match the sentences to the pictures on page 150. wear — wore Iwd:| 5. Act out the scenes of the lesson. ► 6. Speak about your last visit to the museum. Yesterday I went to ... There were lots o f... I watched ... The museum guide showed... and ... I saw ... I learnt... Now I know that foy example, . . . guide, wear-wore, fuLL of
  • 149. _ Г ■ 4t- 1. Listen and read. castle ['ka.sl] Rich people lived in castles in old times. There are many are usuatty museums in our days, pretend Ipn’tend] Little girls like to pretend they are ladies. Pretend you are a cat and say 'mew!'. Mary likes to play school type games with her dolls. She pretends she is a teacher. WARWICK CASTLE Warwick ['wnnkI Castle is in the middle of England. It's in the country and it stands next to a river. It is nearly 1,000 years old. In the past the castle was small and made of wood. Then the owner built new walls and towers. Soon there was a nice dining room, a kitchen and lots of bedrooms. Warwick Castle isa museum now.You canwalk on thewalls but please don't run! One of the towers is called Guy's [gaizj Tower. It's 39 metres tall and it's got twelve sides. Inside Guy's Towerthere are fourfloors. Today there are actors in Warwick Castle. They wear historical costumes. They pretend to be people in the past. They may pretend to be hunters and have eagles with them. In the past, people had big birdsfor hunting'. ’hunting (hAntigj — полювання 2. Read and say if it is true or false. 1) Warwick Castle is in the country in England. 2) It is very old. 152 3) In the past the castle was made of stone.
  • 150. 4) There was a toilet and a bathroom in the castle 5) One of the towers is called Guy's Tower. 6) There are 2 floors inside Guy’s Tower. 7) Actors never wear historical costumes. W* Ф Ї £ 4. Ask and answer about Warwick Castle. Where is Warwick Castle? What did it look like in the past? What is Guy's Tower? What does the castle look like today? b 5. Talk with your classmate. I was ... last weekend. I visited ... I saw... I learnt about... 6. Rhyme. IN A BIG OLD HOUSE What did you do there? What did you see there? What did you learn there? old house, years ago, were two children They ate in the kitchen, They ran in the halls... In that large ballroom Their parents had balls’ri Betty and Joe. They walked in the garden, They sat on the chairs. When they had to go sleeping2— They went up the stairs3. ’a ball [bo.ij — бал 2When they had to go sleeping... — Коли їм треба було йти спати They went up the stairs. — Вони піднімались догори сходами castLe, pretend
  • 151. Round-Up Lessons 9-10 ^ л — > A — / 4 ---------- c s - i . Read the text. SOME PLACES OF INTEREST IN LONDON London stands on the Thames. There are lots of bridges in London because people need to cross the river. The biggest bridge is Tower Bridge. It's over 100 years old. Tower Bridge is over 40 metres tall. It has got two towers. You can go up in a lift, then walk across the bridge. The view is fantastic! Big boats can go under Tower Bridge because the two sides go up. Cars and buses must wait until the bridge closes again. The bridge opens over 900 times every year. Look at the tower with the clock below. This famous clock is in the middle of London. People call it Big Ben. The numbers on the clock are 700 centimetres tall. The big hand of the clock is three metres long. Inside Big Ben there is a man. He is looking after the clock. Tourists in London take photos of Big Ben, but they can't go in the clock. ^ ^ 2. Answer the questions. 1) What river does London stand on? 2) Why do people need bridges over the river? 3) What is the biggest bridge in London? 4) How old is it? 5) How tall is it? 6) How many towers has it got? 7) Is there any lift to go up? 8) Can boats easily go under the bridge? 9) When can cars and buses run on the bridge? 10) Huw many times a year does the bridge 11) Where can you find Big Ben? 12) How tall are the numbers on the clock? 13) How long is the big hand of it? 14) Who is inside Big Ben? 154 15) Can tourists go inside the clock? Big Ben opei
  • 152. » You are in the History Museum. A. is a visitor. He/she asks questions. B. is a guide in the museum. He/she answers them. 4. Read and answer your pen friend's questions. 3. Role-play. Work in pairs. It is interesting to iearn about Ukraine. What is the capital of Ukraine? How old is it? Are there any big rivers and high mountains in Ukraine? How many seasons are there in your country? What animals live in Ukrainian forests? Are there any castles in Ukraine? Please, name 4 famous historicalplaces in your country. 5. Your Project. Find a picture of one of the famous places of interest. Write about it. Use the questions: фWhat is it? • Where is it? • How old is it? • What does it look like today? • Who lived there? This is Buckingham Palace in London. It is over 300 years old. This is the home place of the British Queen. It has got 600 roomsf The Queen's Guard changes every day at 11 o'clock in the morning. It looks fantastic! ACC u d Thank you. Hope to hear from you soon. Yours, John.
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